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    Tricking Oil Level Sensor for EFI Skis

    How do yall go about this on EFI skis? I saw the cajundude way. I don't mind doing that, but is there a better way on the EFI skis?


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    I did this on the EFI conversion I did. I ziptied the floats up.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RX951 View Post
    I did this on the EFI conversion I did. I ziptied the floats up.

    Cool, looks like I will be doing the same thing unless something posts up something that is pretty trick.

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    same thing but a little different:
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    +1 to all the above.

    Personally zip ties work wonderful.


    Side note - I have never knew there are so many uses for zip ties. The more I take apart my ski, tool around the garage, or just ??? I can always find a use for zip ties....

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    2nd pic = best way. takes just a few mins...invest in a zip-tie and life is good.

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    Its just an open / closed switch Chris.. Just hardwire/solder the 2 wires together after the connector going to the sensor...

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    I cut mine off of the sender, soldered, and a little shrink wrap. It measured out to 1k and shows full on the gauge.
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    If you intend on not ever returning to oil injection, then you can opt for cutting the wires.
    any of the other ways keeps your sending unit in good shape if you or another person needs it some time in the future... why ruin a perfectly good part.
    maybe someone has one to offer you and you keep yours put away...

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    I zip tied mine then put the sender back in the drained oil tank. Reads full all the time. Did same the thing on my GP.

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