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    95 hx bog issue

    hello all i just recently purchased a 1995 seadoo hx the thing is alot of fun but im runnign into a bogging issue. i took it out the other day and it ran fine i rode for bout 10 minutes and then stopped to an idle in the water for about 10 seconds. I then tried to take off but it started bogging bad. I had to hold the throttle pinned just to keep it idling enough so i could make it back to my trailer. When i got it on the trailer i let off the gas and it died and would not start back up. I pulled the ski out of the water and cranked it for a little while and it started up again. I launched it again and rode it for about 5 more minutes and it ran fine. what could cause this? is water somehow getting into the motor at idle speed and causing the system to back up? any other suggestions?

    thanks

    scott


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    Read the DIY fuel system cleaning thread at the top of the 2 stroke section. also change the plugs and change the ground wire

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    Step # 1 would be put some new spark plugs in it. If that doesnt fix your problem do as airbornxp stated and clean your fuel system.

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