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Typically whats the average lifetime for a waverunner / jetski?

Mar 30, 2007 by Jonathan L Categorized Under: Water Sports

I'm trying to buy a new or used Waverunner. If I buy a used one, it would be roughly 50 hours. I want to know how long Waverunners usually last until the engine begins to wear off and everything starts to fall and force me to buy additional parts to fix.


I seem to some of rental places claiming 1000 hours!

A jet-ski is like a car that is still flourishing up the hill without a transmission. So they are, each of them, made for use with high performance. The interview and how you drive it will make a big difference. I had a 1100 Venture Swell that was still running high after 200 hours without any relief, until I sold it.

Overall, approximately 150 hours, however, is to begin examining the update of the upper extremity in a recreational watercraft driven.

Extreme Racing and changes may shorten machine life of a watercraft, but they give you the extra speed so they are fresh in my book!


I seem to some of rental places claiming 1000 hours!

A jet ski is like a car that always manages to coast without a transmission. So they are, each of them, made for use with high performance. The interview and how you drive it will make a big difference. I had a 1100 Venture Whiffle which was still running high after 200 hours without any relief, until I sold it.

Overall, about 150 hours is archaic to begin considering the update of the upper extremity in a recreational watercraft driven.

Extreme Racing and changes may shorten machine life of a watercraft, but they give you the extra speed so they are fresh in my book!

how to hook up a hose flush kit on a 1996 polaris slt 780 waverunner?

Jun 09, 2008 by RMX Categorized Under: Boats & Boating

I have many pvc plumbing parts, is there a unnamed hose I could put a T inside the engine housing?


If you still have the P's manual for your PWC, details on flushing should be included in it.

I'm not sure about your model, but I believe it is done either two ways.

The first and older model is you take the end of an old garden hose, cut the end off of the garden hose and fit it on the flushing mount. This type has a simple plastic cap that has to be removed to put the hose on for flushing and reinstalled when finished flushing.

The advance type is a plastic adapter hooks onto the garden hose like a water hose nozzle. Then is inserted into the flushing mount, it might or might not have a cap on the flushing mount.

If in suspicion, call or go to your nearest Polaris service shop or dealer and ask them about it.


If you still have the P's manual for your PWC, details on flushing should be included in it.

I'm not sure about your model, but I believe it is done either two ways.

The first and older paradigm is you take the end of an old garden hose, cut the end off of the garden hose and fit it on the flushing mount. This type has a simple plastic cap that has to be removed to put the hose on for flushing and reinstalled when finished flushing.

The lieutenant type is a plastic adapter hooks onto the garden hose like a water hose nozzle. Then is inserted into the flushing mount, it might or might not have a cap on the flushing mount.

If in fluctuate, call or go to your nearest Polaris service shop or dealer and ask them about it.

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