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    Seadoo XP-S Anti-Corrosive Lube

    What do you guys spray this on? Anything that moves? The entire engine? Only certain parts of the engine? Metal only? Rubber? Hoses? Anything to be careful of? i.e. making homemade flame throwers, etc.

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    I spray my entire engine bay down with that stuff... it works better than anything that I've ever used

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    Hi ! I guess it's better to don't put everywhere bec. after your engine will look like "yellow". I think you must spray it on connections, throttle body, all axes, coils gasket, etc...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipou View Post
    your engine will look like "yellow".
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    Good deal BigDaddy. My ski is just as clean as yours under the seat and I'd like to keep it that way.

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    That ski is in salt water most all the time too... but thanks to the XP-S spray, you'd never know it

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    I use to use it because it does keep your engine looking new, but I found some Silicon Teflon spray that I think works just as good. It is only half price ($5) compared to XPS. I still use the XPS on the moving parts, it is defintely quality stuff.

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    I think this stuff is equivalent to CRC 6-56. With the CRC I spray everything in the engine compartment down and then wipe off with a rag. I also spray all the moving parts down in the pump area. This is priced similar to CRC, ill have to order some on my next order from the store.

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    Quote Originally Posted by antoniodef View Post
    I use to use it because it does keep your engine looking new, but I found some Silicon Teflon spray that I think works just as good. It is only half price ($5) compared to XPS. I still use the XPS on the moving parts, it is defintely quality stuff.
    I've never used silicon teflon but wouldn't it be sticky? Or the teflon helps it not be as gooey?

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    I mean by yellow, a yellow's film on the engine, and it's horrible and when you touch something on your engine it's like butter ! ( Sorry i can't words how to say it, be nice, i'm french )

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