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    Big Thanks to dav dman!!!!!

    I just want to give a big thanks to dav dman for giving me a stinger for my ski WITHOUT CHARGING ME A DIME!!!!!!! This was a very nice gesture by dave and i hope to pay it forward one day in the furture. There are not too many people that would do this for someone but dave is one of those people and I honestly don't know where I would be with my ski if I hadn't joined greenhulk and met all these great guys that are always willing to help you out!!!!


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    Smart guy as well go DAVE

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    Sweet , did you get the bracket that holds the pipe?

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    Thats Awesome !!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam View Post
    Sweet , did you get the bracket that holds the pipe?
    Yes I did get the bracket and i have already installed the new stinger but i have to go to diamond screw today to get some bolts for the bracket to match the one that he gave me which is M8 X 35mm.

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    you will be riding shortly.. remember that you adjusted thoes needles so you will need to recheck those settings then get her hot to work out any moisture you injested!!

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    you're very welcome Thomas. We were all in your shoes once..new ski, just learning, not a lotta spare cash, workin' hard. There is a lot of honor in working hard and tackling things you never have before; karma will come your way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by w/rpm500 View Post
    you will be riding shortly.. remember that you adjusted thoes needles so you will need to recheck those settings then get her hot to work out any moisture you injested!!
    Will i need to get her hot on the trailer with a flush running through it or just run it on the water?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dav_dman View Post
    you're very welcome Thomas. We were all in your shoes once..new ski, just learning, not a lotta spare cash, workin' hard. There is a lot of honor in working hard and tackling things you never have before; karma will come your way.

    Well i am very thankful for everything dave and i am actually finding it pretty fun to work on my own ski and also a little more gratifying rather than just take it somewhere to get it fixed like i used to. and yes i am expecting karma to come around eventually

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    sorry didnt see this earlyer.. you can set this initially via manuel's recomended settings.. then you will have to fine adjust this under load ,in 1/8 steps, best setting for ultimate speed and power is found running it free on the water.. use a good tach and gps to find your peaks.. then double check your plug color after a while...try to write your tuning steps down as you do have three carbs (remember that they are all not the same jettings or even possibly the same adjustments)

    Answer to your question: to run it for a while on the trailer to expell internal mositure is fine, cooling it via the hose..

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