Thread: new to rebuilding seadoos
04-12-2007, 12:41 AM #1
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new to rebuilding seadoos
whats up guys...i have rebuilt a lot of yamahas but am new to rebuilding seadoos...any information you got to get these things running would be great...one is a 1996 seadoo gsx (800) and one is a 1995 seadoo xp (717)...i got both engines out and the 800 down to the crank...the 717 motor broke 2 bolts on the head right at the top of the bolt were they get skinny so i only could get the water jacket of the head off...any info to help get it off would be great...also and special seadoo info on what to do and what not to do (such as goin to premix)...i think i am gonna go with sbt just to cause it will be easier and i get $100 off each. ohh ya and i guess this guy never flushed his engine...along with injesting tons of sand!
04-12-2007, 07:06 PM #2
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Get some PB Blaster and soak the bolt shafts going into the head. Then tap up on the overhangs to slip the head over the broken bolts. The bolt studs will then be exposed, and resoak the threads going into the jugs. I would try to break them loose with a pipe wrench. Heat will help if they are still stubborn.
04-13-2007, 01:54 AM #3
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