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    Pulling pump on yamaha vxr

    I have a 2011 VXR and I think I need to replace my pump housing. This is my first Yamaha. Any advice on replacing the pump housing? Do I have to remove the ride plate?


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    You do not have to remove the ride plate, but it does make it a little bit easier.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aquaholic6801 View Post
    You do not have to remove the ride plate, but it does make it a little bit easier.....

    Pulled the ride plate but the pump housing is froze up really bad (salt water ski). Any ideas on how to get it off?

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    There are tabs on the top right of the pump and the bottom left for a screw driver to be wedged in , hammered a bit and pryed apart.

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    +1 on using the tabs. Personally, I use a large regular screw drive to pry it apart. Maybe a little WD40 to loosen some of the salt?

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