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    Towing Seadoo's

    I have a question, a friend of mine mentioned that Seadoo's can't be towed if they break down, something about water getting into the motor or something. Anyways! if this is true, what do you do if you need to get towed back to a dock. Thank you for any information


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    Nothin' better than Doo'in it! BigDaddyRXP's Avatar
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    You can tow them at idle speed without issues. If you want to go any faster... you need to pinch off (or install a shut off valve) on the water inlet line coming off the inside of the pump shoe.

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    If it's not much trouble could someone post a picture for us new to Doo's please.

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    they are not all the same
    just don't tow it fast

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    what year/kind do you have? We can help, just need to know what you have.

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    This is a 07 GTX. The gray valve under the exhaust temp sensor wire.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lightning1 View Post
    what year/kind do you have? We can help, just need to know what you have.
    Thanks! I have an '04 GTX Limited SC

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scotty View Post
    This is a 07 GTX. The gray valve under the exhaust temp sensor wire.
    Where did you get the valve scotty? And what size is it? Thats a good idea

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lostkause17 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Scotty View Post
    This is a 07 GTX. The gray valve under the exhaust temp sensor wire.
    Where did you get the valve scotty? And what size is it? Thats a good idea
    X2 alot better then other valves Ive seen.
    Who makes it where did you by it?

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    My ski is a 2005 RXP, that valve is a good idea, is that something you can get at Home Depot

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