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    This is what happens when you don't use the recommended oil in your ski.

    This Sea-Doo 951 DI needed the high synthetic but didn't receive it. Instead it has a thick carbon deposit layer on the valve edge and a huge slimey, gooey, valve-slowing layer of oil sludge all over it in a very short time.



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    thats what mine look like when i use di oil, accually worse, the stuff is like molasis, as soon as i run out of my di oil i am using amsoil, i have been using in my other seadoo and in both snowmobile, and the valves never need cleaning.

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    The XPSII (replaced the DI oil) is supposed to be much better for that. Make sure your oil pump is correctly adjusted also - you shouldn't have that much buildup under normal circumstances.
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