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    Break In on a 215 Wake

    hi everyone i jsut got a new wake and there are so many mixed ideas on break in i know u have to vary the rmps any other advise


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    Don't use the learning key. Let it warm up before you hit it hard.

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    ok is that all i should no

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    Quote Originally Posted by evo8coop View Post
    ok is that all i should no
    I would say so.

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    ok should i let it warm up 4 10 miin idle

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    Quote Originally Posted by evo8coop View Post
    ok should i let it warm up 4 10 miin idle
    No I would let it idles for 2-3 minutes then vary at low throttles until you reach 7-10 min.

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    The owners manual covers this in depth. For the first 10 hours you should only allow brief full throttle use (only a few seconds at a time), with the VAST majority of the time spent below 3/4't throttle. You should also ensure that you vary the speed / throttle greatly and avoid constant speed cruising. At the 10 hour mark TAKE THE SKI TO THE DEALER FOR THE 10 HOUR SERVICE. Request a full BUDS report from the ski. The ski monitors it's time spent in the various RPM bands and this will serve as your PROOF that you broke the ski in per the manufactures recomendations if you ever have problems down the line.

    I broke mine in per the book, and the engine runs great @ 120 hours. Oil changes @ the 50 hour marks show clean oil that doesn't even smell like gas. I see no reason to get creative with the break in procedure when Sea-Doo tells you how they want it done.... and it works just fine.

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    ok thank u very much. the buds report is like a print out

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    Quote Originally Posted by evo8coop View Post
    ok thank u very much. the buds report is like a print out
    Yeah, it will show how much time was spend in each RPM range. It's just good insurance if any questions ever come up about how you broke it in or your warranty.

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