FWIW, I also have a '95 speedster. I've broken and repaired individual pieces (minor brackets & cable guides) on that control assy. with parts I ordered online. I generally order sea-doo parts from worldofpowersports because they have nice exploded parts diagrams but they're not the only ones out there.Howdy Jim!
I bought a used Sea-Doo Speedster (1995), and generally it's a blast. On my third trip out I broke off the handle to engage the drive (forward/n/reverse). It broke off in the forward position when I pushed it forward, so the engine didn't stop and I was able to get back to the dock (good news).
Now for the not so good news. I took apart the assembly, and the drive plate needs to be replaced. I've called at least a dozen places and they only want (can) sell me the entire assembly for $700.
Does anyone know when I can get this one cast alluminum drive plate?
Unlike many others, I live in AZ and can boat year round. So I'm eager to get back on the water.
If so, send me an E-mail directly.
Thank you in advance for your help.
...did you resolve this problem? I'm not specifically familiar with your model, but the some parts of the linkages on my `96 Challenger look pretty simple to repair or refit...have you eyeballed the assembly yet? Post some pics...it might be an easy fix...
FWIW i think it looks like they list that control assy for $497.49 but I'd call to verify the part # first since it isn't listed.