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    What oil to use in 2004 seadoo gtx supercharged

    I was wondering what kind of oil should I use? I have heard mixed reviews on the brp synthetic.


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    Valvoline Motorcycle Oil 10w40

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    any oil that is JASO MA rated....Brand is your preference...

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    Is there a way to drain the oil from the bottom? Still got water in oil

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    Not unless you want to pull the motor...Suck as much out as you can...IF your flushing a sunk motor then use the cheapest oil out there to flush it..it wont hurt anything if used to fluch out the water.....make sure you do this numerous times till the oil comes out clean...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snoman View Post
    Not unless you want to pull the motor...Suck as much out as you can...IF your flushing a sunk motor then use the cheapest oil out there to flush it..it wont hurt anything if used to fluch out the water.....make sure you do this numerous times till the oil comes out clean...
    Damn thought there might be a faster way. It's still got milky in it

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    nope no faster way just keep flushing it...

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    kerosine and oil, mix 90% to 10% part oil dont have to be exact, two flushes of this and your good, turn over between flushes, add oil and run then flush one more time, is what I do to get out any water in oil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Derek45 View Post
    kerosine and oil, mix 90% to 10% part oil dont have to be exact, two flushes of this and your good, turn over between flushes, add oil and run then flush one more time, is what I do to get out any water in oil.

    Would the brp semi synthetic be ok? It says it's for supercharged

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    Easiest way to get all the water out of the engine and stop the milkyness is to do a boil off. The BRP oil is fine but you can use most bike oils as they are suitable for wet clutch applications.
    As stated above look for JASO MA, I have been using Castrol power1 GPS 4t 10w-40. There is also a Castrol 4t that's a grade below (cheaper) and the Racing 5w-40 which is a grade above (more expensive).

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