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    WATER IN HULL!!! Engine!!!

    Can the ski be saved if water enters the engine?? If so what sort of life can you expect from the engine there on afterwards? Is it the million dollar question. I was wave jumping and found a hull half full of water now seadoo have my ski and are draining water and doing oil changes + fogging kits is it a throw away or will she be good again???


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    Quote Originally Posted by mastacks View Post
    Can the ski be saved if water enters the engine?? If so what sort of life can you expect from the engine there on afterwards? Is it the million dollar question. I was wave jumping and found a hull half full of water now seadoo have my ski and are draining water and doing oil changes + fogging kits is it a throw away or will she be good again???
    She'll be good again...I did the same thing with my GTX and after blowing the water out and changing oil and running I was back in business. They are pretty tough even with water injestion.

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    Hope so i dont want to be throwing money at it each ride, how fast did you clear the water??

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