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    idialing speed??

    Ok so my friend told me that he went out on skies before and when idialing they didn't move... Niw when u r in idial r u supposed to be moving or if u r is ur idial turned up to much cause both of mine move when I don't hold the throttle down??? I have a 95 and 96 seadoo xp


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    ummm....theres not a neutral on these skis or any ski for that matter. once the motor is on the prop is turning. if you are idleing with out you touching the trottle and it isn ot making wake id say you are good to go.

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    + 1. No neutral on those skis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seadoo_newby View Post
    + 1. No neutral on those skis.
    ....then what skis have neutral then newby? there are NO skis that have a true neutral. even ones with reverse claim that they have a neutral but the prop is still turning as long as the motor is running.

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