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  • Originally posted by stu View Post
    Rudaire, I think you are part of a "work in progress."

    ps, I wish I could be out on the water this wkend too. Throttle cable.
    OK.......we have a fix for that to!!!

    -The first thing you need is a a 7ft piece of lamp cord, some paperclips and a anglegrinder......
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    • Originally posted by rhsprostar View Post
      7ft piece of lamp cord, some paperclips and a anglegrinder......
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      You know me, I need photos. I'm trying to picture it...just got the image im my mind!...

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      • Originally posted by stu View Post
        Rudaire, I think you are part of a "work in progress."

        ps, I wish I could be out on the water this wkend too. Throttle cable.
        Actually I devised a workaround.. Since my fuel tank isn't vented, I just use a 12 volt electric air pump to pump air into my fuel tank. I keep an eye on it, and try to keep it between 55 and 65 psi by cycling it on and off, but once it gets up to pressure it lasts for quite a while as the only way for the pressure to go down is for the fuel to be burned out of the tank. I've since removed my fuel pump, but make sure the fuel pick-up hose reaches the bottom of the tank.. The only real problem is the noise from the 12V air pump is annoying, and i can't use the rear cabin cigarette lighter to light my smokes after a hard run anymore since the air pump is plugged in there.. But at least I'm on the water!! and the air pumps sell for $30!!

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        • Rudaire, you almost got me!

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          • Originally posted by rudaire View Post
            Actually I devised a workaround.. Since my fuel tank isn't vented, I just use a 12 volt electric air pump to pump air into my fuel tank. I keep an eye on it, and try to keep it between 55 and 65 psi by cycling it on and off, but once it gets up to pressure it lasts for quite a while as the only way for the pressure to go down is for the fuel to be burned out of the tank. I've since removed my fuel pump, but make sure the fuel pick-up hose reaches the bottom of the tank.. The only real problem is the noise from the 12V air pump is annoying, and i can't use the rear cabin cigarette lighter to light my smokes after a hard run anymore since the air pump is plugged in there.. But at least I'm on the water!! and the air pumps sell for $30!!
            I LIKE IT!!!
            Sounds like some serious consideration was put into that one!
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            • Help!
              The pump died on my friend's 06 MCX.
              Wich replacement should do the job?
              Keep skiing!!!

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              • Originally posted by André View Post
                Help!
                The pump died on my friend's 06 MCX.
                Wich replacement should do the job?
                See this thread...
                '04 MariStar 230VRS/MCX

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                • Originally posted by bigmac View Post
                  Funny Dr!
                  Just wanted to now if there was a specefic replacement for the MCX...
                  Last edited by André; 07-31-2009, 11:27 PM.
                  Keep skiing!!!

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                  • Originally posted by André View Post
                    Funny Dr!
                    Just wanted to now if there was a specefic replacement for the MCX...


                    Just jokin' ya, Andre.

                    Nah...they're all going to be OK with the same pumps described here. Be careful with the in-tank hose, though. Apparently he's going to have to re-use the old one, so he either needs to be careful getting it off the old pump, or at least cut it as close to the barb on the pump as possible. No one has found a source of fuel line replacement, yet.
                    '04 MariStar 230VRS/MCX

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                    • I have a friend who just bought a new pump thru MC and after recieving it he found that it was
                      not the problem......FYI... MC's part number is 155183

                      Here is his contact info: Mark Davidson 402-301-9942

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                      • Originally posted by BOATNGUYNE View Post
                        I have a friend who just bought a new pump thru MC and after recieving it he found that it was
                        not the problem......FYI... MC's part number is 155183

                        Here is his contact info: Mark Davidson 402-301-9942

                        Good tip, although these threads have been about just replacing the fuel pump for $94 instead of the whole module for $441.
                        '04 MariStar 230VRS/MCX

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                        • I used the ac delco and autozone crossed it with their pump and 5/6 hours later all is good.

                          My fuel pickup line was like new I saw no reason to replace it. cut the clamp off and slid it off and slid it back on the new pump.
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                          Originally posted by bturner2
                          Myself I'll live on the edge and surf without a helmet.

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                          • Originally posted by TX.X-30 fan View Post

                            My fuel pickup line was like new I saw no reason to replace it. cut the clamp off and slid it off and slid it back on the new pump.
                            No problem getting the old 1/4 inch hose over the 5/16 barb on the pump?
                            '04 MariStar 230VRS/MCX

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                            • Originally posted by bigmac View Post
                              No problem getting the old 1/4 inch hose over the 5/16 barb on the pump?
                              My hose was spread from the old pump, i have no idea how they did it at the factory but I did not cut the hose just slid it off. I thought it was strange how that rigid hose was flared on the pump end but it slid right of with a little testosterone.
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                              Originally posted by bturner2
                              Myself I'll live on the edge and surf without a helmet.

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                              • Originally posted by André View Post
                                Help!
                                The pump died on my friend's 06 MCX.
                                Wich replacement should do the job?
                                He did install NAPA E2065 ,now run fine but very hard to start...
                                He doubled checked the hose but says it,s fine.
                                I wasnt there for the repair...
                                Any ideas?
                                Keep skiing!!!

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