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  1. #1

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    Sep 2021

    Winterization flush kit with air adapter

    I have a 2007 Seadoo RXT215 . My profile was abseakaker but I tried a password reset and it wouldn't work so created a new profile. I usually winterize by attaching a tube to the top IC port and add RV antifreeze, then I take the lowest fitting off the exhaust and displace with a RV antifreeze. It flows out by the ride plate and I use some shop rags to catch the PG/RV antifreeze. That is the process I use for the water part of the winterization. But, I watched a youtube of a guy winterizing and it looks like he uses a flush adapter threaded into the ride shoe and uses 55psi air to push the water out. Would that process work on my year of seadoo? Would there be any risk to any components? Please advise

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    Join Date
    Jun 2007
    Dryden NY
    Any advise on this yet???

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