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Old 10-28-2011, 06:18 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Skidoo REV oil pump cable

bought a new cable because mine started to wear so i got the throttle one adjusted properly, but how do i adjust the oil pump one? i put it the throttle to w0t and then made it the oil pump stay wide open and thats how i set it?and could to much oil hurt your engine?

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to much oil wont hurt the motor but it will affect performance.
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to much oil wont hurt the motor but it will affect performance.
but how can i tell if its adjusted properly?
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To check if the pump is set properly, you have to run the sled and compare oil usage to gas to check the ratio.
Average should be about 50:1.
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