Personal watercrafts can provide you with years of good riding and hundreds of hours of fun as long as you maintain it properly every time you ride it. Unfortunately, most people do not understand the harmful effects of saltwater on their motors and fiberglass bodies.
Following are the steps you should take to flush out your personal watercraft:
NOTE: The exhaust pressure with the engine on keeps the water in the exhaust from flowing back to the engine. The engine should be running at the start of the procedure and at the end!! If you turn on the hose without the engine running it is likely that water will flow into the engine through the exhaust system! Make sure your PWC is secure to the trailer, then tilt the PWC back on its trailer. This allows all the water inside to run out. After the water is out, dry off the engine, battery compartment, and exterior with towels. SBT carries many different types of flush kits for SeaDoo, Kawasaki, Polaris, Yamaha, Tigershark, and Honda.