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    300x water pisser output very low.

    I noticed my water pisser this weekend went to barely anything while at idle. Under throttle it would increase but still not as it should be. It's like 70% of the water was pinched-off to the pisser. No warning buzzers or lights for heat but it bothered me enough to tip the ski and make sure all was well. There was nothing blocking the intake and nothing inside it either. Any ideas on why this would happen? I am going to try and flush the cooling system today and see what happens.


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    Read your owners manual, water flow is restricted so that it doesn't " over cool " the engine at idle and slow speeds.

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    Thanks Chris. Read it before I ever rode it. I've owned skiis for about 25 years and I know what amount of water should be coming out of the pisser at different rpm's. This is definately not right.

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    i dont think you have a problem all sounds right to me

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    Does it piss like that?!

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    not a real good indication as hose water pressure plays a big part also if front of ski is elevated this makes a difference also.

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    fixed must have had a bad stutter lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicjak View Post
    not a real good indication as hose water pressure plays a big part also if front of ski is elevated this makes a difference also.
    we heard you the 1st time .....

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    There's a rubber hose on the other side off the pisser inside the hull; make sure it is not crimped. It's not likely, but it's not impossible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olomana View Post
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    Nope. I'd say almost individual water drops come out at idle, and about half of what it should be (what I'm used to, or what you show in your pic) comes out under any level of throttle.

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