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    seadoo rxp choking

    Hello guys, i just recently bought a 2006 seadoo rxp and on memorial day closer to the end of the day i started having some problems. when i would go full throttle and a little bit less, the ski starts choking then takes off again. its hard to ride because at that speed it really throws you forward when there is no power. i thought that it might be a misfire so i checked the spark plugs. they seem fine. Maybe it it's fuel not getting to the engine? has anyone experienced this before. Looking for help so came to you guys because forums are the best places to receive answers.
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    Welcome to the Hulk.

    Fresh plugs and fuel is always a good thing.

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    Might have dirty fuel injection or a mix of old and new fuel??
    Have the ceramic washers on the s/c been changed??
    If they haven't then I wouldn't crank it again till you get the s/c rebuilt.
    When the s/c starts to crap out it can vary the rpms a lot.

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    if its any concern to the matter. this happened after i was goofing off by diving the nose into the water when putting it in reverse. it flipped over and cut off after about three seconds upside down. dont know why it didnt cut off right away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dreyday88 View Post
    if its any concern to the matter. this happened after i was goofing off by diving the nose into the water when putting it in reverse. it flipped over and cut off after about three seconds upside down. dont know why it didnt cut off right away.
    Why would you do that?

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    Yeah.
    You took in some water.
    Check your oil to make sure its not milky.
    But also if your supercharger hasn't been rebuilt then do it before riding any more.
    I've seen a lot of supercharger failures on 07 and older doos costing people big $$$$ and sometimes a motor.
    I've heard jerry on this site does a great job and is very affordable.

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    Sounds like the same issue I am having.. Would really like to figure it out, I think I may start with changing the fuel filter.. Please let me know what you find with yours, keep in touch
    TJ

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    Also check your coil packs.
    When they start to dump out it can run great then miss then run great again.

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    i checked the oil and its clean. the odometer reads only 38 hrs on it. wouldnt it be too early to rebuild the s/c already.

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    how can you check the coils?

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