11-11-2014, 10:30 AM #1
Sea-Doo GTX Melts in Storage Facility Fire
First, let it be understood that at temperatures over 414°F, all of the polymer plastics found on today’s modern watercraft would pool in to a puddle of sticky goo, so don’t think that what you’re seeing is strictly a Sea-Doo problem. Be it a Kawasaki, Yamaha or Sea-Doo, blistering temperatures that reduced this GTX 155 into a Salvadore Dali painting, would do the same to any machine.
Unfortunately for the aunt of Greenhulk PWC Performance Group member, Phil Rottschafer, her recently winterized Sea-Doo only one of several victims of a storage facility fire, including a Yamaha FX WaveRunner and some other household items. Thankfully, the facility in question was insured and Phil’s aunt will be enjoying a new Sea-Doo runabout for next year’s riding season.
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Last edited by Rustymuscle; 11-11-2014 at 12:38 PM.
11-11-2014, 01:50 PM #2
Wow...for it being through a fire it could actually look worse. Glad no reports of any human injuries too.
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