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Second owner. Kept in dry storage every winter. Zero issues. Just don't have the chance to use it as much as I had hoped. Boat is in MINT condition. No scratches, scuffs, dings, or other damage anywhere on the hull. Has been totally babied.
- Monster MTK Tower
- 2 Monster Wakeboard Racks
- Monster "Over The Top" Bimini
- Custom Vinyl Wrap
- New Carpet and Upholstery (Replaced in 2016)
Comes with 2 tow ropes, tube, wake state, multiple jackets, 2 anchors, 3 bumpers
On the weekend I was having fun with passengers jumping waves and doing 360s. The next day when tidying up I noticed my passenger seat very wobbly, looking underneath the seat I noticed that the round thin stainless steel disc that secures the seat to the boat had been bent up pretty bad and was the main culprit for the wobble. The cause of this was I think my passenger hanging on to the grab handle underneath the seat and levering their body weight with the grab handle on the hull.
Not being the type to just sit around I decided to beef up the original very thin part and have come up with the below solution. The seat now is as stable as ever and this new part machined 316 solid stainless will not bend in future,
I made up four of these kits including longer 316 shanked bolts, nylock nuts and washers and have only used one this far.
If anyone has wobbly seats please PM me and we can work something out.
Not sure how many have seen the Seabreacher, a custom built semi-submersible PWC like watercraft using BRP's 4tec motors. Check out the video of the latest model capable of performing dolfin-like dives and jumps. It seems like a nice little craft.
I'm not sure of the price, but I've seen a couple of post on YouTube stating figures around $80K to $100K...WOW!!
My background is in automotive electronics, and my knowledge of the two stroke Rotax motors is pretty deep. I also have some understanding of the newer 4tecs, but unfortunately, I dont know much about the mercs.
I have gone through the entire 14 pages of posted questions on the two stroke motors, and have provided answers to every 0 reply I could reasonably respond to. I know most of the OPs will not go back to my responses, since many of them are years old. However, members may come back to the forums if they see questions are being answered.
I will continue to answer as many questions as possible within the two stroke category, and will procide whatever advice I can in the other categories as well.
I decide to take the boat to Florida during our family vacation and thought it would be a great time to test out towing with the cover on. The trip was about 200 miles one way. I ran into a problem with the lower part of the windshield where it folds rubbing a hole into the cover. The piano hinge turned out to be the cause of the hole. After contacting the manufacture http://commercialsewing.com/ they replaced the cover at no charge and add a rubber mat backing over the windshield portion of the cover. I have towed the boat several times with the cover since they added the backing and it works great. As for the rest of the cover it works great the suction it creates keeps the cover very tight against the boat during towing. Also the customer service was amazing.
I have the same seats and was wondering if you knew how to get the bottom seats out?? The little middle pads are rotted and have a few holes in them!
Once you take the stern bench off the boat, turn it upside down and you'll see the center pads have 4 rivets holding them to the bench. Drill holes in the rivets and they will fall off. Once you put the new vinyl, use bigger rivets or drill new holes.
I got my new upholstery here: www.zz-autogroup.com
They do most of the Sea-Doo boats and skis.
It was really easy to install it and it looks great.
If you have any question regarding the seats and installation will be happy to help.