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    Spark Winterization

    In the next few weeks it will be time to winterize my Spark's in Ontario Canada for the long winter. Does anyone have the information from the BRP service manual regarding the procedure to winterize the machine?


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    There's a thread on it someplace but i couldn't find it maybe someone else can link the thread or check the how to section

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    http://www.operatorsguides.brp.com/S...rtboat&type=og

    Everything you need to know stated by BRP is in your owners manual? If you do not have one click the above link and then -View- and follow the choices in the upper left corner!

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    Say it isn't so!!! Hoping for Indian Summer. My goal is to make it till Columbus Day Weekend.

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    Found in owners manual I guess I missed it.

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    Such a shame done winterize this early!!, that means summer is officialy over..ride raight through fall like me, am im more north then you!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meen66 View Post
    Such a shame done winterize this early!!, that means summer is officialy over..ride raight through fall like me, am im more north then you!!
    I agree, depressing. Seemed like a short summer, didn't get my ski till late june. I have 2 boats and three skis to clean and winterize. Not much fun to do in the cold so I may start pulling the out soon, I'll prob leave the spark in a couple more weeks and hope I have the time to use it.

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    I LOVE living in Florida!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meen66 View Post
    Such a shame done winterize this early!!, that means summer is officialy over..ride raight through fall like me, am im more north then you!!
    It was 110 on my back porch yesterday afternoon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Q in Arizona View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Meen66 View Post
    Such a shame done winterize this early!!, that means summer is officialy over..ride raight through fall like me, am im more north then you!!
    It was 110 on my back porch yesterday afternoon.

    Friday night its supposed to be a low of a degree above freezing . Guess who might be fabbing up a spark ver 2.0 The Ice breaker edition

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