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    Breaking in a seadoo

    I just got a new RXP 215 and my uncle picked up a new GTX 215. Could anyone tell me the proper way to break in the new skis.
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    I would trying doing a search because everyone you talk to will tell you something different. I took the advice of skoepp. First two hours varying RPM and a few 3/4 to full rpm runs. No longer than 5 seconds on the full RPM or 3/4 throttle. Constant variation of throttle. Every few seconds change the throttle position a little. 3-6 hours start doing a few more holeshot runs and full throttle runs. Nothing longer than about 10 seconds or so. Continue to vary the throttle. 7-10 hours continue to vary rpm, but you can take a few more longer full throttle runs. JUST NO PROLONGED WOT RUNS UNTIL AFTER TEN HOURS!!
    For more info just do a search.

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    Check out this thead. It tells you the greenhulk way.
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=3613

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