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    qeustion on rpm's

    I flushed my slt 750 out at the marina yesterday after riding. idk if its me or i just never noticed it. But when you crack at full throttle it seems to take a couple seconds to get its self back down too idle. An at idle out of the water it doesnt seem to run away, it will idle at around 1690-1840.


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    No body can help me????

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    It's normal. With no load on the impeller, it's takes a little bit longer to idle back down.... as long as we're not talking about "death reving", which you say it's not doing.


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    not quite sure what your asking....everything u say sounds pretty normal to me..

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    Well I need a little more info before I can help.. But let me start here.. When you were flushing, Did you start the engine before you turned the hose on? Was the ski really running and idleing great before you flushed it?
    Please help me with these questions, and anything else you can tell me about how it was running before and after and I promise, we can help..

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    Quote Originally Posted by gvnitup View Post
    Well I need a little more info before I can help.. But let me start here.. When you were flushing, Did you start the engine before you turned the hose on? Was the ski really running and idleing great before you flushed it?
    Please help me with these questions, and anything else you can tell me about how it was running before and after and I promise, we can help..
    The ski runs an idles great. I turn the motor on first b4 the hose an the hose off b4 the motor. The ski was running crisp b4 flushing. But what worries me is the mag cylinder gets hot when i flush it an the center an pto stay cool an i can keep my hand on them. Not the mag.

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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    No worries, back flushing makes the Mag run hotter because the water is routed to the mid and pto first. You're worried over nothing X. My ski on the hose takes a few to idle back down after revving it too.

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    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^, yup what he said..

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    ya i tend to worry alot about everything!!! I think its cuz i 4got how it ran last season because iv been so focused on school. So know i think something is gonna go wrong even tho i replaced everything.

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