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    Seadoo oil filter issues

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ID:	330454Hello boys,
    my friend has a problem with seadoo oem oil filter. After some hours ride he had deformated. I'll trying send some pics. What is your opinion? Tnx
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    No one!?

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    They usually do that when there is water in the oil... What is the temperature there and what oil are you running? Abnormally thick oil will cause this especially if it's cold.

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    Air temperature 27~31 celsius and I use Motul 10-60 four stroke oil.

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    I typically use 10w30 or 10w40, whatever seadoo "summer blend" consists of. I think the 10-60 oil may well be your problem. On the Motul website it recommends the 10-40 for seadoo.

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    10W-60??? Wow.... yeah, that's gotta be pretty thick stuff.

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    Yes I know it, but this ski which he use is for the cc race and I think this viscosity oil is good. Thanks mate for your opinion.
    I'm using it too in my racing GTR 340hp and no problem.

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    this is water in oil issue,it seems like the oil store the umidity and the filter get stuck by what the oil acumulate

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    I'm thinking water in the "molasses"

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    there is nothing wrong with the oem filter
    it just was not designed to run sealube (water oil mix) or what ever your running
    I have run 15-50 motorcycle oil and did not have the filter collapse

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