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    Winterize 2010 RXT-X 260

    I know I found this here last year, but I sure can't this year. Sea-Doo says to blow out the system, with 55 lbs of air and thats it. I know last year that I did a bunch more including putting RV antifreeze in the exhaust and IC. Getting older. Have CRS so, if someone could post a link on info, I'd appreciate it...


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    Me personally I pull my ICer and store it indoors,then i fill the rest of the cooling system and exhaust with RV antifreeze,Pull the injectors and spray/coat the valves and cylinders with fogging oil,pull the Scer and take the tension off the clutches by backing off the locking nut,stabil the gas,make sure all the water is out of the bottom of the hull,then i like to spray the entire engine down with WD-40,charge the battery up OR put a battery tender on it.Also put a rag in the exhaust port to keep mice or critters from making home in your ski...clean the outside and you should be good...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snoman View Post
    Me personally I pull my ICer and store it indoors,then i fill the rest of the cooling system and exhaust with RV antifreeze,Pull the injectors and spray/coat the valves and cylinders with fogging oil,pull the Scer and take the tension off the clutches by backing off the locking nut,stabil the gas,make sure all the water is out of the bottom of the hull,then i like to spray the entire engine down with WD-40,charge the battery up OR put a battery tender on it.Also put a rag in the exhaust port to keep mice or critters from making home in your ski...clean the outside and you should be good...
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    I do exactly the same things except pulling the SC and injectors

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    I've got the fogging etc down. Its a brain fart on the exhaust mostly, I can remember how to do my old 215, but not sure on the 260.

    which hose are you pulling on the exhaust to fill with antifreeze, and how to you tell when you put enough in it? and making sure that its not backing up into the engine.

    Thanks guys!

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    I use the flush hose and back feed the system from there..I only use around 3/4 of a gallon for the whole system

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    I run the ski and use a sump pump in a bucket to pump antifreeze into the flush line

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    Great, you guys are not helping. mine is fogged etc etc. so not getting started. anyone know which hose I can pour into?

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