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    Dry dock angle

    Is there anything wrong with storing a pwc at an angle? My buddies lift is acting up and leaves the pwc at a slight 20 to 30 degree angle.


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    well your horsepower will shift after a few months of it being left like that. I've seen one pwc that when the guy hit the throttle all it would do was go backwards after being left at 45* over the winter. He didn't even have reverse

    Of course if it is the back hanging down then you will be a little faster























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    Thats it, it just goes backwards? In other words there is no danger of fuel leaking or oil build up or a diaphram expanding or maybe something being stuck.

    So what if you store it upside down?

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