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Any seadoo dealer for $40, the site sponsor ihere is Seadoo Warehouse in the upper right corner.

For a tested used one you can use Westside Powersports Seadoo.
 
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Thank you. Just ordered one.

Now also I’m rebuilding my carb. What all will I need for rebuild?
 

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Follow my carb rebuild thread in the sticky section.
 

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Those are for the accelerator pump and there’s no reason to replace them. They don’t go bad and the lower one actually has a small restrictor jet in it that’s really important.
 

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Those are for the accelerator pump and there’s no reason to replace them. They don’t go bad and the lower one actually has a small restrictor jet in it that’s really important.
Yes, for the most part, they last a long time. However, I had to replace 2 sets this year because they were hard and brittle. Makes it tough to switch the restrictor jet over.

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What is the technical term for these two lines? I went ahead and took them off due to having a few cracks around where the clamps were
 

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What is the technical term for these two lines? I went ahead and took them off due to having a few cracks around where the clamps were
Fuel line?

I always replace when I'm rebuilding, and use 3/32 tygon.
Be sure to get the restrictor out of the old fuel line and use it in the new fuel line!
 
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These were very thick lines with not too big of a diameter. What’re they coming off of, accelerator pump?
 

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yes, they feed the accelerator pump fuel then deliver it up to the body.
 

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Chester says 1/8" and he knows more than most of us on these skis.
 

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The good zipties with the stainless locking tab.
 

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The hose clamps will not go small enough for the accelerator pump hoses.
 
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Anyone know where I can get a new small restrictor jet for the fuel line? Didn’t see one in the old line..
 
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Found a restrictor and it will be here Saturday. How far into the line does it need to go? In the middle or at one of the ends?
 

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It doesn’t really matter but if I remember correctly the factory puts it closer to the pump.
 

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