How often should I service my Sea-Doo?
PWC models require an annual service (once a year), or to be serviced after 50 hours the engine is on (whichever comes first). Check your owner’s manual for the exact time period. The average jet ski is ridden 30 hours a year, which means most PWCs get serviced once a year.
How often does a Sea-Doo need an oil change?
You should change the oil in your Sea-Doo once a year or after every 100 engine hours, whichever comes first.
Are Seadoos high maintenance?
Contrary to popular belief, Sea-Doos are not unreliable. However, they do feature more complex systems than competitor models, and these require more attention and care. Because of this, Sea-Doos are often considered to be like German luxury cars, which are high maintenance but offer an outstanding driving experience.
How often should you change spark plugs on a Sea-Doo?
If you use your jet ski often, you will probably need to change out the spark plugs approximately every fourth or fifth time you take it out, or every 25 hours of engine time.
How often should you flush a jet ski?
after every single ride
Regardless of whether you ride in fresh or salt water, your PWC should be flushed after every single ride. Flushing removes salt, sand, algae, weeds, and shells (etcetera) from the engine and prevents damage and corrosion. Modern jet skis are fitted with a hose connector for interior cleaning.
How many hours is a lot for a Sea-Doo?
On average a jet ski should have approximately 30 hours a year. Anything more than 30 hours per year is considered “high hours”. What is this? Most jet ski models have a lifespan of approximately 300 hours, but if properly maintained they can last much longer.
Can you leave your jet ski in the water overnight?
Yes, you can leave a jet ski in the water overnight if it’s unavoidable. Alternatively, it’s not recommended you leave it in the water for a longer period, as it may incur different form of damage! That’s why every owner’s manual recommends you remove the jet ski from the water every day.
Do you wash a jetski engine?
Flush the Engine Regardless of whether you ride in fresh or salt water, your PWC should be flushed after every single ride. Flushing removes salt, sand, algae, weeds, and shells (etcetera) from the engine and prevents damage and corrosion. Modern jet skis are fitted with a hose connector for interior cleaning.