Thread: jet-ski help
05-12-2002, 05:56 PM #1
crap crap crap
I got a jet-ski (stand-up) two weeks ago and learning a new trick (the fucken submarine) ,well it was the first time I pulled it off and of course braindead like I am I spent too much time under the water and fill the hull completely with water ,(had to swim about 200 ft with the damn thing sinking )
Well now the thing is the engine is full of water.I took out the spark-plugs and it shoots salt water like a fountain
anyone knows how to fix that?or any w/p with the info...
crap crap.....and the summer just started......
05-13-2002, 01:35 AM #2
There is a member here called jetskidude. PM him and hopefully he will respond, haven't seen him around in a while tho. . .
05-13-2002, 12:04 PM #3
Pull out that old can of WD-40 With the sparkplugs out and spray it into the cylinder and crank it over that should cause all or most of the water to exit the cylinders.. The wd 40 should displace the water and protect the cylinder walls.
05-13-2002, 04:51 PM #4
in deed seaoro that's what I didi and it appeared to fix the problem
although after 45 min of ride it started loosing power every time I would gun it...I took the plugs out and they had some brown crispy coat all around them ...I think it's due to the burned salt and shit in the water..
I hooked the hose to it and run it and seems to run fine...
soon I'll try it in the water
05-14-2002, 11:51 AM #5
Hey bro I sent you a pm on what to do. The carburator is the key to knowing what is wrong if you are having power problems especially if it is bogging down with alot of gas given to it. Let me know.
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