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    twttom is offline Breaking it in
    Jun 2006

    Question seadoo 787 rotary valve engine

    hi there after blowing up my seadoo 787 engine again im thinking of buying a new engine for it as im getting feed up of repairing the old one, the only problem is that i am in the uk and finding a new engine for it is proveing a bit hard... can any one help please.:emoticonb

    also ive got anouther seadoo fitted with a 787 rtax engine that ive just rebuild the top end due to piston failure, the ski will start up and run brilliant on the trailer but wont even fire when it is in the water....
    ive checked the rotary valve and that is good ive removed and cleaned the carbs etc... ive tried running it on the trailer and and dipping it in the water but as soon as the pto touches the water it cuts out? anyone got a suggestion apart from sink it? and there might be a pint in it for you:beer
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