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Things You Should Be Doing For Your Jet Ski, But Don’t

Blue Yamaha flush port in rear

I’ve noticed a few trends with many watercraft owners on what they do and don’t do when it comes to their watercraft. Is it a big deal? It can be with some of these factors. There are the obvious stuff, like people forget to do a service, but there are also the not so obvious,

How To Flush A Jet Ski And Why You Should

flushing port in front storage of Kawasaki

Sun and water are the two worst things for any boat. This is a common joke that gets thrown around, but it’s funny because it’s true. The Sun is not forgiving, but water is attacking from another front, and it brings along corrosion. Even in freshwater, your watercraft can and will corrode. Not just the

Do Jet Skis Have Air Filters for Dust Control?

Air filter for a jet boat

I was asked an interesting question the other day, “where’s my air filter on my watercraft”? It’s a good question, not something many people ask, but many are surprised when I tell them that most PWCs don’t utilize air filters. The few that do, need them, but they don’t get as dirty as the ones

DIY Jet Ski Oil Change: 7 Simple Steps

RXP engine compartment pointing out parts

Embarking on the open waters with the exhilarating roar of a jet ski beneath you is an experience like no other. But to keep that adrenaline-pumping ride at its peak, proper maintenance is key. In this guide, we delve into how to change the oil in your jet skis and how often to do it.

Timelines and Tips for Maintenance On Jet Skis

Sea-Doo Spark on single trailer ready to ride.

It’s not always obvious why you need to do some maintenance on your jet ski and the time-frames too. To keep your machine running for many years, there are a few things you must do. These items keep all the systems in tip-top shape and make the whole watercraft enjoyable. The last thing you want

Summerize / De-Winterize Your Jet Ski In 11 Easy Steps

De-Winterize engine compartment

Are you eager to embrace the sun-drenched days of summer? As the temperature rises and the days grow longer, it’s time to dust off your personal watercraft (PWC) and get it ready for some thrilling adventures on the water. Whether you’re a seasoned rider or a newcomer to the exhilarating world of PWCs, this guide

The Sea-Doo Supercharger Rebuild & Maintenance Guide

Sea-Doo supercharged engine with stickers

Part of the fun of having a watercraft is going fast! While every machine is fast, if you ask me, if you want to be the fastest, you’ll need a model that has a supercharger. The 3 major brands all have them for their fastest crafts. The problem is that all brands handle jet ski

The Complete Process for Winterizing a Jet Ski In 6 Steps

Sea-Doo Spark with marine antifreeze, funnel and hose for winterizing it.

As the chill of winter sets in, it’s time to start thinking about safeguarding your jet ski against the biting cold and freezing conditions. It’s important that you ensure your watercraft is thoroughly prepared for the winter months for maintaining its performance and longevity!!! In this guide, I’ll take you through the necessary steps and

Breaking in a New Jet Ski: The First-5-Hour Rule Explained

Feeling a bit puzzled with your jet ski by all the conflicting advice on the steps to break in your brand-new engine? It’s no surprise; these high-performance PWC engines can be a bit tricky when it comes to the break-in process. But fret not, I’m here to help! Let’s dive into some tips and suggestions

Running a Jet Ski on Dry Land: Will You Hurt It?

Would it be possible to start your PWC when not in the water? Is it safe? It’s a great question for any enthusiast looking to maintain their watercraft in top condition. Drawing from my own experiences — and a few close calls — I’ve learned the importance of not running too long when not in

How To Charge The Battery In Your Jet Ski

Here’s a little nugget of wisdom that might surprise you – there’s actually proper charging steps when it comes to batteries on many, if not all, jet skis. You’d be amazed at the many riders get it wrong, only to end up with a lifeless battery when they need it the most. But fear not,