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    PV WaveEater clips installation clear pics

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    I thought these pushed down over the bolts? At least thats what the instructions say.

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    just wondering... can you buy clips for a waveblaster II ( 760 ) ?

    I broke a piece on the choke... and now the choke doesnt work...

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    Quote Originally Posted by osidebill View Post
    I thought these pushed down over the bolts? At least thats what the instructions say.
    They do. I thought the entire reason for this design was that you would not have to remove the bolt.

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    Waveeater Powervalve Clip Instructions

    Here are the instructions from the WaveEater Website !


    Patented WaveEater power valve pin retainer clip installation.
    Depending upon the types of tools used to remove the covers installation will take about 5-10 minutes each.

    Step 1:Remove the four 10mm bolts that hold the covers on. You may leave one of the four bolts in and just swing the cover out of the way as pictured
    Step 2:Hook one side over the pin. Then press the other side on. Push WaveEater Clip into place by hand
    Step 3:Gently push down on points indicated with red arrow with a screw driver tomake sure tabs secure the Alan Head screw
    Step 4:Reinstall the covers, and your done. Make sure the cables are still on the pulley and adjusted per the manual's specs

    Repeat these steps for the rest of the valves



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    Email phone number and shipping info to [email protected]
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    PayPal or call (386)235-1078

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    Billie I like those instructions better. I should have followed them when I installed mine. I did the same bonehead mistake as Mr Waverunner and installed them and never read the instructions

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    different styles of waveeaters?

    I recently bought a set of waveeaters from a forum member for my 03. They look like the ones in the pics,but they are made out of aluminum and are thicker. Did they change the material?(metal/aluminum) If so,which style is newer? which is better?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KamikazeGPR View Post
    I recently bought a set of waveeaters from a forum member for my 03. They look like the ones in the pics,but they are made out of aluminum and are thicker. Did they change the material?(metal/aluminum) If so,which style is newer? which is better?
    The older ones were aluminum. The newer style are spring clips and do not require removal of the screws on the PV shaft, they press on over the screws and pins. Both get the job done. Keeps the pins from sliding out of the shaft hole.

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    Ty for the reply bill.

    Is there any danger when removing the bolt to put the older style clips on. will anything drop or move out of adjustment when i remove the bolt?

    I'd hate to create a problem while trying to fix something before it becomes a problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KamikazeGPR View Post
    Ty for the reply bill.

    Is there any danger when removing the bolt to put the older style clips on. will anything drop or move out of adjustment when i remove the bolt?

    I'd hate to create a problem while trying to fix something before it becomes a problem.
    No Just maintain the shaft alignment, Clean all the oil build from the bolt and thread holes (I spray carb cleaner in the threaded holes with the little red tube) and reassemble with loctite and torque to manufacturers spec.

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