1996 Speedster - Twin Rotex
Posted 23 October 2007 - 04:38 PM
Also, my boat pulls hard starbord and I have checked that both cups over the jet outlets lock in the full upright position in forward position. I had to add additional thread to the adjustment on the starbord side to get that to happen. The boat runs pretty straight if you throttle back on the port engine.
Where does the tack connect to the engine?
Posted 30 March 2008 - 10:45 AM
Posted 01 April 2008 - 07:38 AM
The port RPM gage is not working on my 1996 Seadoo Speedster twin engine. It is not the gage but at the sender. I do not know where the sender is located on the engine. I have adjusted the cables and the hard pull to port is no problem now. Help, Jack
How's the RPM's? When the boat is pulling are the RPM the same. I have to tweak my throttle a bit to get both engines running at the same rpm. I suppose I could make some adjustments on the throttle cable to minimize this. If it isn't the throttle cables then I'd take a good look at the props. I'd only doo this after checking all the nuts and bolts in the steering. Lost a bolt on one of the steering cone once. It wasn't difficult to fix, but it ended my day early since I didn't carry a replacement bolt.
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