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    No Grey Wire???

    95 SL750, I just looked through the 92 to 97 manual. I dont see a grey wire anywhere on the board, the spot where it shows it in the diagram by the spare fuse is blank.

    How do you dissable the limiter system?

    hull ID# PLE53231E595

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    Sean


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    The 750's do not have the rev limit function.
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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    The 750's do not have the rev limit function.
    Somithing funny going on with this thing, its running like its limited.

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    Fuel starvation? Crank index?

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    Fuel starvation? Crank index?

    I second that!!! Have you replaced your fuel lines, fuel selector switch, and replaced the single outlet fuel pump for a trippple outlet fuel pump?

    Also check the bearings on the impeller stator. As they will give out and cause a loss of power.

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    How would you know if your fuel supply is low, all I could thik to do is see if your return line is sending fuel back, but that isnt even a good indicator. All in all I would say it is getting proper fuel, if you go by looking down the carb.

    Going from my gut feeling, the ignition sounds retarded. Starts and Idles fine and climbs the lower rpm range fine. But pin it open and it sounds like a popcorn machine, it wont climb over 5k. We were sure it had a limiter kicking in the way it sounded.

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    Never rely on a peak down the carb. Check piston wash and/or plugs.
    Here are the carbs from my Cane I took apart today...the previous owner couldn't figure out why he lost a cylinder.
    Tak the carbs apart and have a look (if you think it may be fuel related).
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    You may not be getting enough fuel at the higher RPM's. Or the crank might be out of index. Fuel is easy to fix, the crank is not. Have you ever done anything to the fuel system? If you have not, I would say that is the place I would start. Lean fuel system and you will be spending some big $$$ on rebuilding it.

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    It sure sounds like your high speed circuit is plugged or restricted.

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    Plugs are reading rich.

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