Posts filed under: Tips

  • 2009-SeaDoo-GTX
Anyone who has ever had a personal watercraft stolen knows there is nothing quite like that initial moment when you first realize your prized water toy is gone and probably gone for good. The increasing popularity of PWC’s and their...
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  • Launching & Trailer Safety
Assuming you haven’t yet acquired that palatial lake front estate then you will require a trailer to get your watercraft to your favorite lake or beach. Unfortunately, many personal watercraft users pay too little attention to proper trailer operation and...
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  • Watch For Storms
Before setting out on your personal watercraft for some aquatic fun… Check the current weather forecast for watches, warnings or small craft advisories. While on the water… Watch for signs of approaching thunderstorms… such as Darkening skies Clouds that appear...
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  • Jet-Ski-Riding-Dog-In-Snow
To properly winterize your personal watercraft, you need to start with washing the inside of the hull with degreaser and the outside with auto wash soap. Vacuum all remaining water from storage compartments and hull. Remove the drive shaft cover...
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  • Mikuni-Super-BN-Rebuild-Kit-MK-BN38-44-SPR
Right Click to Download MikuniManualbn38.pdf MK-BN38/44 SPR Exploded View and Parts list   How Temperature, Altitude & Humidity Affect Carburetor Jetting The carburetors sole purpose is to deliver the correct mixture of fuel and air to the engine. Sounds simple...
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