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    Timing issue

    I just replaced my cam sensor and it still runs a little rough. Definatly not missing. Is there a way to adjust the timing? or how do I check to see if its good. the engine was just rebuilt.


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    Quote Originally Posted by GROOVY MAFIOSO View Post
    I just replaced my cam sensor and it still runs a little rough. Definatly not missing. Is there a way to adjust the timing? or how do I check to see if its good. the engine was just rebuilt.
    Is it rough or maybe out of balance?

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    What could be out of balance?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GROOVY MAFIOSO View Post
    I just replaced my cam sensor and it still runs a little rough. Definatly not missing. Is there a way to adjust the timing? or how do I check to see if its good. the engine was just rebuilt.
    Who did your rebuild/ Sounds like cam timing....or a crank that has a problem.

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    seadoo did my rebuild and i took it back and they said it was the cam sensor. i replaced it and no difference

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    Quote Originally Posted by GROOVY MAFIOSO View Post
    seadoo did my rebuild and i took it back and they said it was the cam sensor. i replaced it and no difference
    Counter balancer is off and they better fix it or it will shake apart Good one cam sensor If you disconnect it it will not change the way the engine vibrates....

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    the engine must come apart again huh?
    not something I can do?

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    After talking with Les Cook at worlds there seems to be a problem with the crank sprocket slipping on the crank which will effect timing. He has been removing the gear and machining in a keeper of some kind. You could also have it welded like we did with Yamaha's. Any type of pressed fit can slip and usually does at one time or another. Ofcourse you know Sea-Doo won't own up to there being a problem but its worth a try.

    Larry Ham GM
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    Ok after further review. i think its a vibration is coming from the Supercharger. The motor seems to be smooth. For those of you who dont know the engine was flooded with salt water and ahd to rebuild. I think the supercharger now needs to be addressed.
    any thoughts?????

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    If it was me, I would pull the SC and see if the engine still vibrates, then go from there... Ron

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