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How to rebuild the mikuni fuel pump.
Common problems with shifter Karts fuel systems running pulse fuel pumps is bypassing the needle and seat and flooding out. This is the most simple and best way to solve the issue completely.
A short video from MonsterGY6 showing how to hook up the vacuum lines from the inatke manifold to the carburetor and Mikuni fuel pump
Testing to ensure the fuel pump diaphragms (I believe the one-way check valve) holds a pressure of at least 4 PSI for 10 seconds (as per the Seadoo shop manual).
3 way fuel pump install vid
Ever wonder how a carb works - I'll explain it.
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Used my drill and some nylon tubing to test the oil pump. Proper testing calls for holding the engine at 2,000 RPMs for 2 minutes. Oil pump must be in fully open position and should pump out between 1.47 - 1.79 ml. of oil.