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    95 SL750 Fuel pump upgrade

    I have had my 95 SL750 for 3 years now and luckily I haven't had any problems with the stock fuel pump and holes burnt into pistons.

    I found this upgraded jump online
    http://www.sbtontheweb.com/Merchant2...oduct_Count=12

    49$ doesnt seem like a bad price, would this keep my engine from being starved of fuel?

    Thanks.


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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    NO!!!!!!!!

    Get the triple outlet fuel pump from John Zigler.

    That SBT pump is a low volume single outlet. Worse than what you have now.

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    I assume this is the one and only place to get that pump from then?
    http://rockcountyjetski.webs.com/

    Also I flipped over my ski the other weekend, made sure to pull the plugs to make sure no water got sucked in and noticed all the plugs are a darkish brown would that mean that my ski is running just right and not too lean? My understanding is if the plug was white then it or really light brown then it would be running lean?

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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    Not the only place to get one, but John (Rock County) is a great guy and helps the forum and it's members out quite often. Highly recommend getting it from him because his price is usually lower than anyone else.

    A nice chocolate brown is an ideal looking plug color.

    White color is EXTREMELY lean
    Black is rich
    Brown is perfect
    Clean or wet is rich


    Take a look at the piston tops through the plug hole with a small flex light. The piston "wash" is a great way to tell the realstory as far as fuel supply.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xlint89 View Post
    Not the only place to get one, but John (Rock County) is a great guy and helps the forum and it's members out quite often. Highly recommend getting it from him because his price is usually lower than anyone else.
    Spoke with John today, he is very friendly and helpful. Obviously not trying to sell you items you don't need, but has them if you do. I haven't received my new triple pump yet but feel confident it will be a good transaction. John, just emailed to let me know he will ship my stuff tomorrow, this kind of communication and follow up is appreciated and often hard to find!

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    Thats a crappy pump i got one a few years ago when it go to me i threw it out and got a tripp pump

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    Johns a great guy and the trippple outlet pump is the way to go.

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