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    Fzr Sho with high hours - Too many hours!

    Ive had my ski for exactly a month and have put on 20 hours. I plan to use my ski this much always. If i do the math its 240 hours in a year. Should i slow down? Does it matter? How many hours do you have on your skis? Any high hour sho's out there?


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    20 hours is nothing. I wouldn't worry about it, unless you bought it to serve as a museum piece. We get ours on the water at least once a week. Most people start out riding a lot, then after a few months the ski ends up collecting dust in the garage, but I think running them often is a key to better performance.

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    Whats it really matter, You bought it to use it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rxpx88 View Post
    Whats it really matter, You bought it to use it.
    True but i want to make sure i get more than a 2-3 years out of it. I recently just sold my Aquatrax that i bought wirh 70 hours and sold it with 300 hours after 2 years

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    If you got the 4 year extended warranty.....ride it till it breaks...

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    Just relax and enjoy the ride. XLT Chad's Avatar
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    Ride More.

    Worry less.

    These motors are still running great with 400-500 hours on them. Just be glad you bought a Yamaha. just stay up on the maintenance and you'll be fine.

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    I bought the annual pass at the boat ramp and the 1+4 year warranty so I could ride as much as I want and not care about hours.

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    Keep on ridding enjoy that thing, these things are so much fun when I get out on the water it's so relaxing it's amazing. Plus if you warranty run it till it quits. I try ride every sat or sun but don't have the ski on all time will ride for little bit jump in the water or eat something. Third week owning my Fzr have 4.8 hours

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    Quote Originally Posted by eddyfzr350 View Post
    True but i want to make sure i get more than a 2-3 years out of it.
    You realize Yamaha offers a full 5 years of warranty, right?
    Last time I checked, Sea-Doo wasn't doing that in Florida.

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    My '09 FZR is going to hit 270 hrs this weekend at mudbug and it has been modified since before there were even 80 hrs on it.

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