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    2011 Kawasaki ultra 300X leaning to the left

    I just bought this ski yesterday. It is brand new. I got it in the water and noticed that it leans to the left with no one on it and when you ride it it still does it and you have to turn the handlebars just slightly to the right to keep it straight even in calm water. Is this normal for this ski to lean like that? Other than that I love this freaking thing. I had 2 seadoo RXDI's before this and I'll be going to buy a 2nd Kawasaki soon.

    Thanks in advance
    James


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    Completely normal

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    some say its water in the waterbox, try blowing it out with a quick 30sec blast across the lake and see what happens, or just start complaining about it like everyone else, see how that works for ya...... welcome to GH !!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by big john View Post
    some say its water in the waterbox, try blowing it out with a quick 30sec blast across the lake and see what happens, or just start complaining about it like everyone else, see how that works for ya...... welcome to GH !!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I tried that didn't work. The ski only has 1 hour on it right now

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    someone please delete this thread!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacarpen View Post
    I just bought this ski yesterday. It is brand new. I got it in the water and noticed that it leans to the left with no one on it and when you ride it it still does it and you have to turn the handlebars just slightly to the right to keep it straight even in calm water. Is this normal for this ski to lean like that? Other than that I love this freaking thing. I had 2 seadoo RXDI's before this and I'll be going to buy a 2nd Kawasaki soon.

    Thanks in advance
    James
    Congratulations on your new Purchase James. On behalf of the Regular Posters here, welcome and we wish you many hours of enjoyment on your new Ski. Before you buy your 2nd one, you may want to ride the one you have with two people on it . . . just to see how it goes. Please report back; we are here to help.

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    someone please delete this thread!!!

    Why? And I have ridden it with 2 people and it handles great but still leans left, but if it's normal then I'll deal with it.

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    100% normal, and I asked to delete it bc there's a 5+page threading this already. Your skis fine!

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    If leaning left means WINNING races..........then left is good!

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    lean to the right...... counter weight the green pig

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