get somebody to rebuild your engine, not to be rude, but these are vital parts and specs for your top end, and if you didn't know what you are doing then a $300 dollar rebuild can turn into a $3000 bill, get someone to help you out and learn
I replaced the piston and found out what needle bearings are and what a pain but i got them all in now can u find torque specs anywhere online? because i dont have the manual and i dont want to go all the way to the dealer just for that thanks
Just give your dealer a call and tell him your year and model and he should be able to give you tourque specs, ask for the tourque specs for everything on the motor and write them down as he tells you. Keep them in a folder or somethin for next time u gotta dig into the motor.
ok heads on plugs are in its ready to go right? or not i filled it up with oil, antifeeze and gas it the start cord pulls extremely hard and the antifreeze i put in came rite out through the plugs and bottom of the right cylinder whats wrong?????
did you follow all the procedures? Seriously, you have to check the cylinder bore for damage and wear, you have to hone the cylinders for the rings to seat, the rings have to be aligned on the pin in the piston, the piston has to face the right way, the rings sometimes have to be filed sown for optimal fit, etc etc etc....this is why its almost always more feasible to bring it to the shop....
yes im sure i put in the piston right im replacing those circle seals on the cylinder now im hoping that will take care of the anti freeze problem but i dont think there should be that much oil in that one cylinder could it be jets?
I'm going to have to agree you need help from someone, try a dealer or a friend that has some knowledge in this area. Did you connect the oil line correctly, there shouldn't be that much oil sitting in the motor.
Sound like the problems you are having are related. Coolant doesn't burn very well. I don't really know ski-doo's that well, but it sounds like your gaskets are installed incorrectly, cracked head, or a crack in the water jacket some where.
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