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    this thread: Thread: Max RPM for the HO engine?


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    Quote Originally Posted by seabrook View Post
    no its ride control- there is similar thread on this
    I'm at a loss. I've looked at the manual and searched. Please advise more on how to turn off or point me in the right direction. Thanks


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    I'm at a loss. I've looked at the manual and searched. Please advise more on how to turn off or point me in the right direction. Thanks
    click on the link i put above this post- page 2 of the thread goes in detail of what to do

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    Quote Originally Posted by seabrook View Post
    this thread: Thread: Max RPM for the HO engine?
    Thanks, but I think that applys to the 2021s. I have a 2018 VX HO.

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    Thanks, but I think that applys to the 2021s. I have a 2018 VX HO.
    ohhhhh ok sorry man

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    Climb underneath and take a picture of the prop, edges could be beat up.

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    52mph on gps? You're a solid 10mph below what that ski should be running.

    Even though the spark plugs look in good condition, they may still be causing the engine's power loss. Many people have solved their "low performance" with a simple spark plug swap. I do know that you said that your local retailers are out of stock on the plugs that you need. Order them online if need be. That's what I did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seabrook View Post
    ohhhhh ok sorry man
    no problem, thanks for trying!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gsxr1300 View Post
    Climb underneath and take a picture of the prop, edges could be beat up.
    Gonna be hard, cause its on a floating dock at my in-laws place an hour away. Probably won't be able to until I take it for out in another 1.5months. Unless I decide sooner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dannyual777 View Post
    52mph on gps? You're a solid 10mph below what that ski should be running.

    Even though the spark plugs look in good condition, they may still be causing the engine's power loss. Many people have solved their "low performance" with a simple spark plug swap. I do know that you said that your local retailers are out of stock on the plugs that you need. Order them online if need be. That's what I did.
    Gonna get some new plugs for the next time I go down. Its an easy enough thing to do. My 19' VX Cruiser does 56-57mph and the GTI 130 goes 52-53mph in similair cond. Somethings up. I'd be happy if it hit 60mph. Before I bought it, I test drove it in smooth conditions and topped out around 52mph. At the time I didn't think nothing of it. Thanks

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