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    I got milk

    So today first day I was able to take my 2012 seadoo gtr 215 out on the lake. I have riva stage 1 with the addition to the 127 wheel and a 8600 tune and the upgraded flywheel bolts. First pass went great hit 8400 rpms. And then 20 min later I was only hitting 7800rpms. I get back to my shop and see that there's milk in the bottom of the ski. Could I have not installed the shaft correctly when I upgraded the flywheel bolts? What could be the reason behind these two things?
    1. Milky substance in bottom of ski
    2. Loss of 600rpms in short time.


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    I am no expert but I believe oil overfilled may cause both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jshyp2232 View Post
    So today first day I was able to take my 2012 seadoo gtr 215 out on the lake. I have riva stage 1 with the addition to the 127 wheel and a 8600 tune and the upgraded flywheel bolts. First pass went great hit 8400 rpms. And then 20 min later I was only hitting 7800rpms. I get back to my shop and see that there's milk in the bottom of the ski. Could I have not installed the shaft correctly when I upgraded the flywheel bolts? What could be the reason behind these two things?
    1. Milky substance in bottom of ski
    2. Loss of 600rpms in short time.
    No weird noises, I'd be looking at the intercooler

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    This is what I'm dealing with milky oil all over the back. There is some in the front but that's just from riding. I don't know where to look I've been through the whole ski yesterday and part of today
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    If coolant resevoir is contaminated could also be headgasket

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    Donít look like oil. More like salt spray. Why is you coolant bottle empty?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tintman20 View Post
    Don’t look like oil. More like salt spray. Why is you coolant bottle empty?
    Coolant is full. It's just a light color of coolant. I'm riding in a fresh water.

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    Is there oil in that coolant?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tintman20 View Post
    Is there oil in that coolant?
    This is what has been running in it for a while Click image for larger version. 

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    Have you pulled the plugs or done a compression test yet? That would be the first thing I would do in addition checking the oil for contamination.

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