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    lubiing the throttle body

    hey guys how do u lube the throttle bodie? what kind of lube do use?


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    I use Fluid Film and so do many others here. Type Fluid Film in the Search and there is a detailed thread about it.

    You can even get a free sample like I did direct from the rep who is a member here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by evo8coop View Post
    hey guys how do u lube the throttle bodie? what kind of lube do use?

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    i use WURTH ULTRA 2040 on the engine,electrics and throttle-body lube point.

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    there is a nipple on top the throttle body.

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    where exaclty do u put the lube in on a 4 tech engine anyone have a pics? is it ok to use the xp stuff from brp? i think its the same stuff as fluid film. any more info would b great thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by evo8coop View Post
    where exaclty do u put the lube in on a 4 tech engine anyone have a pics? is it ok to use the xp stuff from brp? i think its the same stuff as fluid film. any more info would b great thanks
    Take the yellow cap off..then use the liitle red straw that comes with the can of lube and stick it in the yellow nipple..Give it a couple of squirts.then squeeze your throttle a couple of times..You may want to do this while running the ski cause if you get to much in there you may have a hard time startin git..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snoman View Post
    Take the yellow cap off..then use the liitle red straw that comes with the can of lube and stick it in the yellow nipple..Give it a couple of squirts.then squeeze your throttle a couple of times..You may want to do this while running the ski cause if you get to much in there you may have a hard time startin git..

    Here are some pics of what your looking for..
    DUDE how old is tha can of Bomb Lube?

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    I use Inox as directed by my seadoo dealer...

    Quote Originally Posted by evo8coop View Post
    hey guys how do u lube the throttle bodie? what kind of lube do use?

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    do you guys do this often like every 10 hrs as it says?

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