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    M=MAG, Front
    C=Center
    P=PTO, Rear

    Stock Carb Settings, all listed as turns out from seated:

    Sea-Doo

    1988-1990
    All - Low Speed – 1
    High Speed – 0

    1991
    SP - Low Speed – 1
    High Speed – 0

    GT - Low Speed – 1 1/8
    High Speed – 1/4

    XP - Low Speed – 1 1/4
    High Speed – 1/4

    1992
    SP - Low Speed – 1 +/- 1/4
    High Speed – 0

    XP/GTS/GTX - Low Speed – 1 1/4 +/- 1/4
    High Speed – 0

    1993
    SP/SPi - Low Speed – 1 +/- 1/4
    High Speed – 0

    SPX/XP - Low Speed – 1 1/4 +/- 1/4
    High Speed – 0

    GTS/GTX - Low Speed – 1 +/- 1/4
    High Speed – 0

    1994
    SP/SPi/GTS - Low Speed – 1 +/- 1/4
    High Speed – 0

    SPX/XP/GTX - Low Speed – 1 1/4 +/- 1/4
    High Speed – 0

    1995
    SP/SPi/GTS/GTX - Low Speed – 1 1/4 +/- 1/4
    High Speed – 0

    SPX - Low Speed – 1 1/8 +/- 1/8
    High Speed – 0

    XP/HX - Low Speed – 1 3/4 +/- 1/4
    High Speed – 0

    XP800 - Low Speed – 1 +/- 1/8
    High Speed – 0

    1996
    SP/SPi/SPX/GTS/GTi - Low Speed – 1 1/4 +/- 1/4
    High Speed – 0

    XP/GSX/GTX - Low Speed – 1 +/- 1/4
    High Speed – 0

    HX - Low Speed – 1 1/2 +/- 1/4
    High Speed – 0

    1997
    SP/XP - Low Speed – 1 3/4 +/- 1/4
    High Speed – 0

    SPX/GS/GSi/GTS/GTi - Low Speed – 1 +/- 1/4
    High Speed – MAG 0 PTO 1/4

    XP - Low Speed – 1 3/4 +/- 1/4
    High Speed – 0

    HX - Low Speed – 1 1/2 +/- 1/4
    High Speed – 0

    GTX - Low Speed – 1 +/- 1/4
    High Speed – MAG 0 PTO 1/4

    1998
    SPX/GSX - Low Speed – 1 1/2 +/- 1/4
    High Speed – 0

    XP/GSX Limited - Low Speed – 1 1/4 +/- 1/4
    High Speed – MAG 0 PTO 1/4

    1997.5 GSX Limited (White) - Low Speed – 1 3/4 +/- 1/4
    High Speed – 0

    GTS - Low Speed – 1 1/4 +/- 1/4
    High Speed – 0

    GTI - Low Speed – 1 1/2 +/- 1/4
    High Speed – 0

    GTX Limited - Low Speed – 1 1/4 +/- 1/4
    High Speed – MAG 0 PTO 1/4

    1999
    SPX/GSX-L/XP-L/GTX-L - Low Speed – 1 1/2 +/- 1/4
    High Speed – 0

    GS/GTS/GTi - Low Speed – 1
    High Speed – 0

    2000
    GS/GTS/GTi - Low Speed – 1
    High Speed – 0

    /GTX/LRV/XP/RX - Low Speed – 1-1/2
    High Speed – 0

    2001
    GS/GTS/GTi - Low Speed – 1
    High Speed – 0

    XP/RX/GTX/LRV - Low Speed – 1-1/2
    High Speed – 0

    Yamaha

    500 - Low Speed – 1-1/4 +/-
    High Speed – +/-

    650 - Low Speed – 1-1/8 +/-
    High Speed – 1 – 1/8+/-

    700 - Low Speed – 5/8 +/-
    High Speed – 5/8(M), 1-1/8(P) +/-

    760 - Low Speed – 1-5/8 +/-
    High Speed – 3/8 +/-

    800 - Low Speed – 1-7/8 +/- (M),1-7/8 +/- (P)
    High Speed – 1/2 +/-

    1100 - Low Speed – 1-1/8 +/-
    High Speed – 7/8 +/-

    1200 - Low Speed – 1-1/4 (M, C), 1-1/8 (P) +/- 1/4
    High Speed – (M, P), 7/8 (C) +/-

    1200R - not adjustable stock, Low: 1-1/8 All
    High: MAG 1-1/4, CTR 1-1/4, PTO 1-1/2

    Kawasaki

    440 - Low Speed – 1
    High Speed – 5/8

    550 - Low Speed – 1-1/16 (M), 1 (P)
    High Speed – 7/8 (M), 5/8 (P)

    650 - Low Speed – 1
    High Speed – 5/8

    750 - Low Speed – +/- 1/4
    High Speed – 1 +/- 1/4

    800 - Low Speed - 7/8 +/- 1/4
    High Speed - 3/4 +/- 1/4

    900 - Low Speed – 1-1/4 +/- 1/4
    High Speed – +/-

    1100 - Low Speed – 1-1/8 +/- 1/4
    High Speed – 1 +/- 1/4

    1200 - not adjustable

    Polaris

    1994
    650 - Low Speed – 1-1/4
    High Speed – 1

    750 - Low Speed – 1/2
    High Speed – 1 – m, 3/8c, 7/8p

    1995
    650 - Low Speed – 1
    High Speed – 1-1/8m, 1/4c, 7/8p

    750 - Low Speed – 1/2
    High Speed – 1m, 1/2c, 3/4p

    780 - Low Speed – 1/2
    High Speed – 7/8m, 3/4c, 1-1/8p

    1996
    700 - Low Speed – 5/8
    High Speed – 1-1/2

    Hurricane - Low Speed – 5/8
    High Speed – not adjustable

    SL780 - Low Speed – 5/8
    High Speed – m, 3/4c, 1p

    SLT780 - Low Speed – 1-3/8
    High Speed – 1-1/8m, 7/8c, 1-1/4p

    SLX780 - Low Speed – 1-3/8
    High Speed – 1-1/8m, 7/8c, 1-1/4p

    900 - Low Speed – 5/8
    High Speed – not adjustable

    1050 - Low Speed – 1
    High Speed – not adjustable

    1997
    SL700 - Low Speed – 7/8
    High Speed – not adjustable

    SLT700/Deluxe - Low Speed – 5/8
    High Speed – 1-5/8 +/- 1/8

    Hurricane - Low Speed – 5/8
    High Speed – not adjustable

    780 - Low Speed – 1-1/4
    High Speed – 1/8

    900 - Low Speed – 5/8
    High Speed – not adjustable

    SL1050 - Low Speed – 7/8
    High Speed – not adjustable

    SLTX - Low Speed – 1
    High Speed – not adjustable

    1998
    700 - Low Speed – 1-7/8
    High Speed – not adjustable

    1200 - Low Speed – 1-3/4
    High Speed – not adjustable

    2000
    SLX/Pro 1200/Virage TX - Low speed - 1 1/8
    High Speed – not adjustable

    Genesis - Low speed - 1 1/4
    High Speed - not adjustable

    Tigershark

    640 - Low Speed – 7/8
    High Speed – no adjustment

    770 - Low Speed – 1-1/8
    High Speed – 5/8

    900 - Low Speed – 1
    High Speed – 1

    1000 - Low Speed – 3/4
    High Speed – no adjustment

    1100 - no data
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    Question Re: Stock Carb Settings

    I have an slt 750 95 polaris... here are the recommened stock carb settings
    low speed - 1/2
    high speed- 7/8 M, 1/2 C, 1-1/8 P

    What do the M,C,P refer to for the High speed settings?

    Are all of these settings the amount of turn out after seating?

    also, could you tell me where to finds these adjustment points on my carbs?

    thanks for all of your help

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    Default Re: Stock Carb Settings

    As stated in the first sentance, all are from seated.

    M - MAG (front), C - Center, P - PTO (rear)

    The high speed screws are higher than the low speed screws and they are on opposite sides of each carb.

    Watch the Carb videos.
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    Default Re: Stock Carb Settings

    Can I use these settings if I have a aftermarket air intake?? I just bought a 99 XP LTD with the 951 motor. I just rebuilt the top end and don't want to do it again??

    Any help would be great I am new to sea Doo's

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    Default Re: Stock Carb Settings

    No, you cannot use STOCK carb setting with aftermarket equipment. COntact the supplier of your kit for recomended jetting.
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