What kind of antifreeze does a Seadoo use?
XPS Antifreeze/Coolant contains the correct dilution and the necessary additives to prevent corrosion and inhibit cavitation in BRP cooling system. Long-life, 5-year formula specially formulated for BRP vehicles.
How much coolant does a Sea Doo take?
Ethylene glycol and distilled water (50%/50%). Cooling system capacity 3.0 L (3.2 qt (U.S. liq.))
What is a 2002 Seadoo GTX worth?
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Can you put water in jet ski coolant?
As he said use distilled water when you fill your ski or anything else for that mater. Don’t use tap water!
Do jet skis need coolant?
To prevent engine damage, you need to use antifreeze to flush your cooling system once the season is over. The antifreeze will keep any fluids in the exhaust system from freezing while your jet ski is being stored for the winter. Mix 1 gal.
Why is my Sea Doo spark overheating?
The most common reason why a jet ski overheats is a clogged cooling system or cavitation in the pump. Other possible causes are the lack of engine oil, clogged oil system, or carb issues.
Do Jet Skis use coolant?
Even though you’ve completely drained the water out of your jet ski, there may be some water remaining in the systems. When water temperatures drop to freezing, it will turn to ice and expand. To prevent engine damage, you need to use antifreeze to flush your cooling system once the season is over.
How fast is a 2002 Seadoo GTX?
The original 4-tec GTX from 2002 was capable of speeds in the low to mid 50 miles per hour (MPH) range. The 155 HP was leaps and bounds ahead of any Seadoo predecessor and held an advantage over the competition as well, including the 4-stroke Yamaha personal watercraft.
How fast is a 2002 Seadoo GTX DI?
Bottom line is that a 2002 GTX DI is a 51-53 MPH ski.
What happens if you don’t winterize a jetski?
If You Don’t Winterize Your Boat, Here’s What Happens: Water freezes and expands and can damage anything it’s trapped inside. Water may seep into unprotected spaces to do this. Acidic and corrosive wastes, salt and corrosion buildup can damage delicate parts in engines. Fuels break down or grow dirty.