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Spray Nine is a trademark of Spray Nine Corporation.TABLE OF CONTENTS FOREWORD.6 Know Before You Go.TABLE OF CONTENTS PRE-RIDE INSPECTION (cont’d) Navigation Lights.40 Bimini Top.TABLE OF CONTENTS EQUIPMENT (cont’d) 16) Cup Holders.70 17) Bow and Stern Eyelets.WARRANTY ® BRP LIMITED WARRANTY FOR MODEL YEAR 2010 SEA-DOO SPORT BOATS SOLD IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA. 130.SPORT BOATS.138 BRP LIMITED WARRANTY FOR THE EUROPEAN ECONOMIC AREA: MODEL YEAR 2010 SEA-DOO ®.Bombardier Recre- which, if not avoided, will result ational Product Inc. (BRP) warranty in death or serious injury. And a network of authorized Sea-Doo Sport Boats dealers ready to provide the parts, service or accessories you WARNING may require.FOREWORD tween the manufactured product and the descriptions and/or specifications in this guide may occur.
BRP reserves the right at any time to discontinue or change specifications, designs, fea- tures, models or equipment without incurring any obligation upon itself. SAFETY This Operator's Guide and the should remain with the boat when it's sold.FOREWORD This page is intentionally blank.SAFETY INFORMATION SAFETY INFORMATION.Have the boat serviced by an autho- or others. The jet pump may pick up rized Sea-Doo Sport Boats dealer. Debris and throw it rearward causing – Always keep in mind that as the.SPECIAL SAFETY MESSAGES – Do not add accessories or equip- – Before departure, file a Float Plan ment that may adversely affect visi- with a responsible person ashore. Bility or alter control of the boat. – Keep enough fuel on board for the –.SPECIAL SAFETY MESSAGES Carbon Monoxide and – Administer oxygen if available and get medical help.
Boating – Open all canvas enclosures to venti- Burning a material containing carbon late the area. Fl studio mobile tutorial pdf. Produces carbon monoxide (CO), an – Investigate the source of CO and odorless and colorless gas.SPECIAL SAFETY MESSAGES WARNING Engine exhaust fumes contain carbon monoxide (CO) which can accumu- late in and around the boat (under bimini top, in cockpit, etc.). CO can be harmful or fatal if inhaled. Assure there is adequate ventilation whenever running engine(s).SPECIAL SAFETY MESSAGES CONFINED AREAS Be sure to provide adequate ventilation.
If the windshield has vents, open them before getting underway to increase positive air flow and decrease the chances of CO accumulation. WARNING Backdrafting! Under certain conditions, moving air currents can direct poisonous CO fumes into boat.SPECIAL SAFETY MESSAGES Do NOT Operate your Boat without WARNING Performing the Following Checklist: Teak Surfing is extremely danger- ous to participants due to their Each Boating Day proximity to the rear of the boat ✔ OPERATION where direct contact with the ex- haust fumes from the boat engine Make sure you and your is the highest.SPECIAL SAFETY MESSAGES – Always wear an approved personal flotation device (PFD). Wearing a properly designed PFD helps a stunned or unconscious person stay afloat. A Type-IV water-ski vest is an approved and practical PFD. – Have a second person aboard to observe the person being towed and inform the driver about the par- ticipant's hand signals.SPECIAL SAFETY MESSAGES WARNING Avoid personal injury!
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Do not al- low anyone near the jet pump or intake grate, even when the en- gine is off. Items such as long hair, loose clothing or personal flota- tion device straps can become en- tangled in moving parts resulting in serious injury or drowning.SPECIAL SAFETY MESSAGES SKIING SIGNALS SAFETY INFORMATION.SPECIAL SAFETY MESSAGES Hypothermia Voluntary Inspections Hypothermia, the loss of body heat Boating officials in many countries or to the water, is a significant cause of their auxiliaries offer courtesy inspec- deaths in boating accidents. After an tions to check out your boat. They will individual has succumbed to hypother- check for compliance with safety stan- mia, he or she will lose consciousness.SAFETY EQUIPMENT Required Safety accessible, legibly marked with the ap- proval number, and of an appropriate Equipment size (within the weight range and chest Operator and passenger(s) should size marked on the PFD) for each per- have ready access to shatterproof son on board.SAFETY EQUIPMENT PFD Type II, Wearable turns its wearer It is designed to be thrown to a per- in the same way as Type I, but not as son in the water, grasped and held by effectively. The Type Il does not turn as the user until he or she is rescued.SAFETY EQUIPMENT – To make sure the PFD works, wear compartment.
All persons aboard it in the water. This will show you should know the location and proper how it works and give you confi- operation of the fire extinguisher(s). Dence when you use it.SAFETY EQUIPMENT Additional Recommended DAY USE ONLY Equipment Three orange smoke signals (one hand It is recommended that you acquire held and two floating) or one orange flag additional equipment for safe, enjoy- with black square and disk able cruising. This list, which is not all NIGHT USE ONLY inclusive, includes items you should consider acquiring.SAFE BOATING PRACTICES YOU are responsible for your own – Do not use the boat in weather or safety, the safety of your passengers, sea conditions beyond the skill or and the safety of fellow boaters. Ride experience of the operator or the smart from the start and we all win!
Comfortable capability of the boat or passengers.SAFE BOATING PRACTICES – Do not overload the boat or take on age wear a PFD when the boat is un- more passengers than designated derway unless they are in an enclosed for the particular boat. Overloading cabin or below deck. Can affect maneuverability, stability –.NAVIGATION RULES Operating Rules Crossing Operating a boat can be compared Give right of way to craft ahead and to with driving unmarked highways and your right. Never cross in front of an- roads. To prevent collisions or avoid other craft.
Other boaters, a system of operating RED light (give way to the other craft).NAVIGATION RULES Navigation System – This boat has the capability of turn- ing more sharply than other boats. Navigational aids, such as signs or However, unless in an emergency, buoys, can help you identify safe wa- do not negotiate sharp, high speed ters.FUELING Recommended Fuel Be very careful when fueling and ad- here to the fueling procedures de- Use unleaded gasoline or oxygenated scribed below in this Operator's Guide fuel containing a maximum of 10% and those given to you by the marina. Of ethanol or methanol.FUELING 8.
Stop filling immediately after the re- WARNING lease of the gas pump nozzle handle Do not overfill or top off the fuel and wait a moment before remov- tank and leave the boat in the sun. Ing the spout. Do not retract the gas As temperature increases, fuel ex- pump nozzle to put more fuel in fuel pands and may overflow.5.
Empty the ballast bag (if so equipped). Close bimini top (if so equipped).
A Sea-Doo cover can protect the boat, particularly before driving on dirt roads, to prevent dirt entering through the air intake openings.LOCATION OF IMPORTANT ON-PRODUCT LABELS The following labels are on your boat. If missing or damaged, they can be replaced free of charge. See an authorized Sea-Doo Sport Boats dealer.
The system is working great. When it is all the way up, it does not affect spinning by any means. There are two holes you need to drill, for the hydraulics lines, but I guess I've sealed them pretty good, since my bilge is always dry. It is incredible how a few degrees of bow down makes a diferrence in handling! Rickster,Thanks for the update.
I do want to make sure. Is this the one that you have?I plan to get it and install over the winter.
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Did it come with everything you need? Indicator switch and controls?
- thanks again! The system is working great. When it is all the way up, it does not affect spinning by any means.
There are two holes you need to drill, for the hydraulics lines, but I guess I've sealed them pretty good, since my bilge is always dry. It is incredible how a few degrees of bow down makes a diferrence in handling!Rickster,Thanks for the update. I do want to make sure. Is this the one that you have?I plan to get it and install over the winter. Did it come with everything you need? Indicator switch and controls? - thanks again!
That's the one. It comes with everything, except the hydraulic fluid, which is any Automatic Transmission 'oil'. It does come with a switch for the operation (up / down), but no indicator. What I do is that since it takes about 4 seconds to travel from fully up to fully down, I just time it.
Hey guys the season is almost back and I have decided I want a bit of creature comfort. Can Rickster confirm if this is the same plate he got?Also now that time has passed would Rickster have done things differently or used a different system or are the results achieved good enough?All help would be appreciated. Fialoe, than ks for the heads-up email, it's been a while since I've reviewed the forum.Too much time spend boating over the 'winter' here in Puerto Rico.Yep, it's the MErcury Trim System from Place Diverter & Controls.I would definitely reccommend it and install it again. Results are awesome (I'm in no way related to the manufacturer, just a satisfied client). Hey guys the season is almost back and I have decided I want a bit of creature comfort. Can Rickster confirm if this is the same plate he got?Also now that time has passed would Rickster have done things differently or used a different system or are the results achieved good enough?All help would be appreciated.Fialoe, than ks for the heads-up email, it's been a while since I've reviewed the forum.Too much time spend boating over the 'winter' here in Puerto Rico.Yep, it's the MErcury Trim System from Place Diverter & Controls.I would definitely reccommend it and install it again. Results are awesome (I'm in no way related to the manufacturer, just a satisfied client).
Thanks Rickster, I got your PM too. I very much appreciate your recommendation and am seriously looking into it at present. I shall keep you all posted.Brian.