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Author Topic:  Stx15f 2006 water in engine  (Read 16440 times)

Offline Alexander

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Re: Stx15f 2006 water in engine
« Reply #15 on: August 19, 2016, 05:27:45 PM »
I was told that stx15f have low positioned exhaust, so when engine is not running, waves are pushing water through it all the way to engine. Only solution is to pull it out of the water each time when engine is not running.
That was not good enough solution for me, because I am living in area where is hard to approach with trailer to the water so I made a cap that is fitting exhaust opening on the back of the jetski, and now when I finish with my ride, I simply put cap and prevent water coming in :)


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Offline chris stx15f

Re: Stx15f 2006 water in engine
« Reply #16 on: August 19, 2016, 06:13:44 PM »
Sounds good idea , but def not my problem as I go on a very calm lake , and still get water in engine, gonna have to have head off ,


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