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Re: Spark plug threads twisted off in head

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Hobo,NC

02-19-2014 04:40:26
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LarryNMO said: (quoted from post at 07:40:02 02/19/14) by the way, what is a reed plate


https://www.boyesen.com/power-reeds-pwc

The original are SS (metal) and fracture over time when they do it gets swallowed into the cylinder and wrecks the pston and cylinder :cry: When I built it the fist time I installed OEM reed plates when I went into it the second time I went with these it really wakes up and it pops out of the hole fast... You do have to re-jet the carbs (maybe) I had to re-jet 5. You leave the carb cover off and blip the throttle in daylight if you see a flame behind the throttle plate you go up in jet size till its gone... Nuttin to it....
I was turning it around 6300 RPM I spec that's what broke a reed it runs out best around 5900 at 63MPH so I don't push it above that anymore... I had that engine on a 84 Winner and it would run a dangerous unstable 70 MPH like it was on ice,,, the difference is the 90 weighs 400 lbs more and stable (safe) 8)
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02-19-2014 19:20:45
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 Re: Spark plug threads twisted off in head in reply to Hobo,NC, 02-19-2014 04:40:26  
Hobo, where are the reeds located and are they easy to replace? I'm not sure if I really need them, I've really slowed down on the water unless a thunderstorm is chasing me back to the ramp. Last time I was in my friends (he was 83 years old) 22ft bullet bass bt. with a 250hp on the rear he decided to kick it in the a$$. I think we were hitting about 75 and we were dancing all over the place and we hit a small wake and that really got things rocking and rolling. That was enough for me. My top speed is about 35 now

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