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    Member wakecanada's Avatar
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    Question new to sk.i have some questions about what i just bought

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    Hey guys new just got this Superjet yesterday nice 12 hour round trip drive from east of Toronto to Michigan center!!


    2001 Yamaha superjet. Modified. Full protec pipe, paint job, high compression o-ring head, stainless prop,
    worx ride plate, top load intake grate, blowsion air force flame suppressors,
    40 over wiseco pistons, ported, bilge pump,
    MSD total loss ignition and lightened fly wheel, reed spacer,
    freestyle pump cone, shortened handle pole, blowsion bars, finger throttle,
    hand holds, front exhaust, foot holds, toe strap, bar mounted bildge switch.
    Stock pipe, extra stock handle pole, stock ignition, stock head, etc.

    unfortunately didn't know to much about the total loss system before i bought it, now after i researched it was wondering is it a good idea to keep it and maybe just buy a extra battery so i always have one extra charged or put the stock ignition and system back in as it came with it.

    When i called back the guy to ask him some more question about it he said he would always get a good day out of it as long as he didn't use the bilge in excess.

    any comments about the set up etc would be appreciated thanks.

    David

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    really clean ski mind if i ask how much you got to for?

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    Senior Member SERiOUS's Avatar
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    Thats a nicely setup ski! Keep the total loss on there and just pickup another battery for safe measure. There are lots of guys running a total loss with well over a day of riding on a charge.

    Keep the stock stuff as a backup if you ever need it.
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    Member wakecanada's Avatar
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    thanks for the response Serious! can't wait to ride it!! found a old wetsuit so def hitting the cottage sooner than later all i need and have it on order already is a new spring for the pole as mine is limp
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    Senior Member SERiOUS's Avatar
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    No problem...where's the cottage?
    FIBRENEW SIMCOE MUSKOKA
    Amazing leather and vinyl repair!
    Marine, Automotive, Furniture, RV's, powersports, and much more!
    www.fibrenew.com/simcoe-muskoka

    Fixed steer 808 Bigbore RN SJ

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    Member wakecanada's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by SERiOUS View Post
    No problem...where's the cottage?
    east of Toronto on the Trent system near Havelock /Cambellford area

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    Member wakecanada's Avatar
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    anyone else have experience with battery time on a total loss ignition system? thanks
    2001 Superjet<br>

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    Total loss is a great upgrade. I don't run TL because I let friends ride my ski and they fall alot. Having to crank it often will kill the battery fast. If you know what you're doing, you'll get at least a day of riding. Some people say they get two days with a good battery. I say stay with the TL system unless you find yourself with a dead battery every time you ride. In that case switch back to stock, but hang on to the TL until you're confident that you can keep from falling off often enough to drain the battery.

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    Member wakecanada's Avatar
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    thanks aboarder for your input. ya i guess i'll have to just try it out for myself and go from there. probably going to buy a brand new battery to try and get longest ride times out of it..
    2001 Superjet<br>

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    if you dont like your total loss set-up you could always trade somebody for a charging lightened flywheel, thats what im running and love it!

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