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    Talking 95 750SLT first ski

    I just got my triple outlet pump from Zigler (Great person BTW) gonna install it this weekend if it will ever stop raining. I need to get the carbs off so I can replace and reroute the fuel lines somebody replaced all the lines except the ones between the carbs . Those nuts and bolts holding the carbs on are a pain in the aZZ to get too . Im going to check on the power and ground to the MFD as well wanna get everything I can fixed before we crack a Colt 45 on the ski for the first launch


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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    Welcome to the Hulk.

    Alot of info is posted in the tech section for you under Fuji (blue engine you have) fuel.

    Also be sure to check out the on line manual.

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    if you have the carbs out anyway, open them up and check that they are clean.

    BTW stubby 12mm open end wrench works great for those bolts. Work from the port side reaching over the engine and come in under the rail from the stern. Do it by feel, and once you have done it once or twice it gets easier

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    Carb nuts

    Quote Originally Posted by seaobin View Post
    if you have the carbs out anyway, open them up and check that they are clean.

    BTW stubby 12mm open end wrench works great for those bolts. Work from the port side reaching over the engine and come in under the rail from the stern. Do it by feel, and once you have done it once or twice it gets easier
    Make sure you put a towel or something under the carbs so if you happen to drop your wrench or one of the nuts you dont spend the rest of the day trying to get it out from under the engine like I had to!

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    I tried to download the tech manual but my dinosaur computer locks up 12mm these must be under the carbs I have got to be taking off the wrong nuts. Im wrenching the nuts&bolts behind the fuel rail near the engine they are 10mm Im going to look tomorrow I must be turning the wrong nuts

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    Quote Originally Posted by Muckafoonee View Post
    I tried to download the tech manual but my dinosaur computer locks up...
    There are some tips on the download page that sometimes help.

    If it still isn't working for you,ask a friend or neighbor with a better computer, and a fast Internet connection. Have them put it on a CD for you.

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    Im going to do that Sunday Im going to need a copy to get that big hauler running in good shape

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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    There are some tips on the download page that sometimes help.

    If it still isn't working for you,ask a friend or neighbor with a better computer, and a fast Internet connection. Have them put it on a CD for you.
    I got the manual downloaded and I was taking off the wrong nuts Thanks K447

    I got three off and three started to strip out so Im going to have to get the small vise grips on them I sprayed em with JB 80 and let em sit I'll try weds night got two fast pitch softball games to go to Mon/Tues and my lil girl comes first

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