Watercraft Service and Repair

28th January 28,

SeaDoo Crankshaft Bearing Failure.

2017-01-28T16:01:39+00:00 By |Categories: Watercraft Service|Comments Off on SeaDoo Crankshaft Bearing Failure.

We recieve alot of running and damaged Watercraft with this issue. One of the warning signs of crank bearing failure = The bearing retainer becomes dislodged or fails. When the bearing retainer fails it allows the roller bearings to not be spaced equally in the housing. The ball bearings will spin while the engine is [...]

29th March 29,

We now offer Klotz and Bel-Ray Oils

2016-03-29T16:47:55+00:00 By |Categories: Jet Ski, Kawasaki Watercraft, Polaris Watercraft, Sea-Doo Watercraft, Uncategorized, Watercraft Service, Yamaha Watercraft|Comments Off on We now offer Klotz and Bel-Ray Oils

Give us a call or stop by anytime. 865-257-5998

7th March 7,

Spring Service on all Watercraft

2016-03-07T13:27:47+00:00 By |Categories: Watercraft Service|Comments Off on Spring Service on all Watercraft

As always we offer the lowest rate for spring service in our area. 130.00 for all 4 stroke Watercraft. 65.00 for all 2 stroke Watercraft. This includes all parts and labor. Contact Us for Details | 865-257-5998    

7th March 7,

SeaDoo Gti Se Wear Ring

2016-03-07T13:28:22+00:00 By |Categories: Jet Ski, Sea-Doo Watercraft, Watercraft Service|Comments Off on SeaDoo Gti Se Wear Ring

Seadoo wear ring on a 2006 GTi SE. The owner found an abandon ski rope in the Tennessee river and it found its way into the pump.

23rd February 23,

Destroyed Sea-Doo Supercharger Impeller

2016-03-13T16:42:54+00:00 By |Categories: Sea-Doo Watercraft, Uncategorized, Watercraft Service|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Destroyed Sea-Doo Supercharger Impeller

Bearing failure on the supercharger caused the impeller shaft to wobble and the impeller to rub against the hausing. The ski had less than 100 hours. :-/

23rd February 23,

Yamaha Gpr1200 catalytic converter failure

2016-03-13T16:42:04+00:00 By |Categories: Watercraft Service, Yamaha Watercraft|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on Yamaha Gpr1200 catalytic converter failure

Yamaha gp1200r catalytic converter fails and the inner mesh travels to the rear of the exhaust causing a restriction in exhaust flow and overheating. This can also lead to severe engine damage. Installing a D-plate removes the old catalytic converter and provides less restriction.

23rd February 23,

Polaris MSX 140 Piston Damage

2016-03-13T16:40:30+00:00 By |Categories: Watercraft Service|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Polaris MSX 140 Piston Damage

Polaris MSX 140 Piston Damage Caused by lack of oil, lower rod bearing failing and debris traveling through the cylinder ports.

8th February 8,

Seadoo Fuel Delivery Problems

2016-10-27T17:36:52+00:00 By |Categories: Jet Ski, Sea-Doo Watercraft, Watercraft Service|Tags: , , , , , |Comments Off on Seadoo Fuel Delivery Problems

Do you have any of these symptoms on your Carbureted 2-stroke engine?  - No response when applying throttle. - Ski rev's when out of the water but will not in the water. - Bogging when going from idle to full throttle - Surging of revs - Intermittent or sudden cutting out of engine after planning off or applying [...]

13th January 13,

SeaDoo Supercharger Gear In the Case

2016-03-07T13:33:54+00:00 By |Categories: Jet Ski, Sea-Doo Watercraft, Watercraft Service|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on SeaDoo Supercharger Gear In the Case

Found this little guy in the case of today's build. The supercharger shaft was bent and the gear on the supercharger was missing, flywheel teeth destroyed. The customer claims the supercharger was rebuilt less than 10 hours before with an OEM Seadoo Kit.

3rd January 3,

Kawasaki 12f & 15f Fuel sending units getting rusty.

2016-10-27T17:36:52+00:00 By |Categories: Jet Ski, Watercraft Service|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Kawasaki 12f & 15f Fuel sending units getting rusty.

We pulled several fuel sending units from Kawasaki 4 stroke watercraft and the units had rusty sending units. We now pull all sending units when servicing fuel related issues.

13th November 13,

HOW TO: Winterizing your Watercraft.

2016-10-27T17:36:52+00:00 By |Categories: Watercraft Service|Comments Off on HOW TO: Winterizing your Watercraft.

PWC Winterization 1. Pull the drain plugs and remove all water from the hull. At this point you may also want to wash your engine compartment and outer hull. Make sure to get ALL the water out of the hull. Any water left inside the engine compartment will cause condensation and corrosion on your engine. [...]