210 sp 2011 winterize
Posted 26 June 2012 - 07:22 AM
yes I am a bit early but I would like to prepare and learn how to store my 210 sp 2011, anybody has a step by step instruction on how to store it?
What do I need to buy?
Posted 27 June 2012 - 08:09 AM
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Posted 27 June 2012 - 08:37 AM
I had already read that, I have printed it, but looking more for the 210sp
Posted 27 June 2012 - 09:57 AM
The Seadoo operator's manual covers winterization in the "Storage" section. Here's a link if you don't have yours or don't want to dig it out:
For basic winterization (i.e. no oil change or spark plug change), you will need a can of XPS spray lube, fuel stabilizer, the exhaust flush adaptor, and a source of compressed air.
If changing oil and/or spark plugs, you would need a fluid extractor of some kind to get the oil out and some anitseize lube for the plugs. If you are doing this youfself there is actually a maintanence kit that BRP sells that will describe the oil change procedure in detail. It should be available at your local dealer and is actually reasonably priced for what you get (at least it was at my dealer).
The manual indicates that you can clear the exhaust manifold and intercooler (if 430HP) with compressed air through the flush port so you don't need to add antifreeze. I personally just used the compressed air method. But I live in NC and keep my boat in the garage so I'm not concerned about freezing so maybe someone else further north can comment on prepping the engine for freezing conditions.
Posted 03 July 2012 - 10:27 AM
as for oil, fuel stabilizer etc, I am use to this....been driving BRP snowmobile for a long time
thanks for the link
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