Posted 24 April 2006 - 10:48 PM
My question is what are these engines suppose to idle at in neutral? It appears that they are both at about 2000 rpm- are they suppose to be that high? It doesn't say anything about idle speed in the operator's guide book. When the boat is in neutral, it continues to move foward slowly. Our old boat with two stroke motors would idle at about 1200 rpm and when you shifted into neutral, it stayed in place and did not creep foward.
I will ask about this at the 10 hr. check up but was curious as to what you guys think. TIA.
Posted 25 April 2006 - 04:10 AM
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Posted 27 April 2006 - 04:33 AM
same for me. I was told by dealer1800rpms was normal. I do Thumpers trick with steering.
in nuetral min doesnt go forwards - just turns very slowly, by using the steering whell you can cancel this out - but there is no forward moevment at all - perhaps you are all on a downhill lake
Posted 27 April 2006 - 09:29 AM
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Posted 04 May 2006 - 08:02 PM
My Seadoo FACTORY WORKSHOP MANUAL lists 1800 RPM as the normal idle speed for the Speedster 200 in the technical specifications.I hope this helps,Gary.
What up crew? Just Picked up my '06 speedster 200 on Friday night & hit the lake on Sat morning. My speedster is also running @ 1800 rpms, idling. The salesman I bought the boat from was a former SeaDoo mechanic and he told me that it would idle that high. So I wasn't worried about it. It ran GREAT all day & I can't wait to live at the lake all summer long.
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