How do you flush a Yamaha Waverunner engine?
Start the PWC engine and let it idle, then immediately start the flow of water through the hose. Follow your owner’s manual, instructing you to idle for 90 seconds to 3 minutes. Turn off the flow of water, then shut down the engine. Disconnect the water hose and replace the cap over the flush fitting.
How do you drain the gas on a Yamaha Waverunner?
To drain the gas from your jet skis fuel tank, you will need a siphon pump as well as a spare gas container. Place the gas can under the jet ski, insert the siphon hose into the fuel tank and the other end into your gas can. Next start pumping to pump the fuel out of your jet ski into the gas can.
Can you run a WaveRunner out of water?
Yes, you can run your jet ski when it’s out of the water and already on the trailer. Warning: You can only run your jet ski for 10 seconds maximum on land. Jet skis are designed to run in the water, not on land. The water intake cools the engine and if you leave it running for too long, you risk overheating the engine.
Is salt water bad for jet skis?
As a rule of thumb, saltwater is bad for jet skis as the corrosive saltwater can damage the jet ski’s electronics and/or rust its metal parts. This means that if you perform the proper after-ride care as well as take some preventive steps you can use your jet ski in saltwater for a long time!
Can you run a Yamaha WaveRunner out of water?
How long can gas sit in jet ski?
An average jet ski can run around 1-2 hours on a tank of gas, if you ride it at full speed. If you ride it at best cruise speed, you can expect to ride a jet ski for 4-7 hours before you need to refill.
How do you drain fuel from a Seadoo?
Connect a piece of hose to the RES port on the sending unit with the other end in an empty container then blow a little pressure in the vent check valve and it will drain the tank almost all the way. It just takes longer than an electric pump but it’s free.
Why do jet skis only last 300 hours?
In general, 300 engine hours on a 4-stroke jet ski is already considered high usage hours, so it’s always wise to purchase a model with less usage. This is because after you purchase your ski, over the next 2-3 years, you’ll probably put another 30 (or even more) hours on it, annually.