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In the times of the old mariners, water-speed was measured in knots...literally speaking...
Compression ratios are referred to and measured in two generally accepted ways.
After he finishes his detailed description I always ask, "When was the last time you pressure checked the engine?" The caller usually tells me, "Oh it's always had about 180 psi compression"
By far the most popular Group K engine kits are those intended to run on 92 octane pump gas. In the past...
As pwc's become more and more "high performance" oriented, the quality of the gasoline's used in them is becoming more and more important.
It's a common sight. You see a boat on the beach with the hood upside down and the top end off.
With high performance carburetors and carb kits, there seems to be a desperate shortage of folks providing "understandable" carburetor tuning information.
This Article will provide the most current possible fine tuning information for the Mikuni "Super BN" and "I" series, as well as the Keihin CDK II series carbs.
As any engine builder will tell you, an engine is basically a big air pump. "The more air in and out...the more power it makes." That’s simple enough...
Get lots of skiers asking about rebuilding their engines and what to do to make sure the work is correct.
Fitting sponsons to your PWC is like fitting extra wide tires to your road car. Unbelievable cornering, better control in the rough and predictable inline tracking.