Since I was riding sea doo and had wondered if there was a forum for me to communicate with others that may have the same problems that I do, I just typed in on my browser, www.seadooforum.com and wallah, there it was!...How much more lucky could I get?
I stumbled on this forum while looking for websites in the know of Seadoo's! This is the best find by far of any of the other forum sites. Good people, great info and a very friendly atmosphere. THIS PLACE RULES!!:hurray:
I have been a very active member in the Maverick Forum at mmb.maverick.to, and have learned MUCH while restoring and building an old Ford. So when I acquired this jetski, I immediately went to Google to find a similar forum that would help me solve problems and make this ski run better.
I actually joined about 6 different forums (fora?) and this is the one that gave the most help, answered questions promptly, and just had the best overall attitude and "feel".
As with the maverick forum, you guys here have taught me much about my machine, and helped me (mostly through parts recommendations and ENCOURAGEMENT!!!) to make my very inexpensive ski one of the fastest and most reliable on the water!
i was looking for a buzz fix for the my snowmobile offseason. and there were alot of things that i wanted to change on my seadoo boat. i figured if there is that many cowboys tweeking up skidoos on dootalk, then there must be a forum of the same caliber for seadoos too. and i found it. and now the seadoo forums have been blessed with the questions and comments of the "rechsteiner":reddevil:
I was racing a Yamaha and when I looked behind me, just as I pullled up on my VTS, the water sprayed him in the face. He lifted his arms to protect his face from my rooster tail and I noticed then, he had Seadooforum.com across the front of his tee shirt. ..........I just had to visit the site after that...:rofl:
Was looking for an owners manual for my just accquired 1996 Speedster!
Have a bench CD but wanted the "original owners manual" type that came with one when new.
Then I found another link that has a full breakdown for every part and a price list. Better than my CD off E-bay!
But I still have not found any info for the throttle/shift controls far as adjusting and setting positions or amount of friction while moving. That's OK though, I took it all apart and fixed the loose cable mounts with cheap pop rivit attachments! What were they thinking? Replaced with 10/32 SS with locking nuts. Then I found the tension adjustments... must admit, the port control was tricky to find as it is not the same as shift lever or stbd. control adjustment.
Anyway! This is a good site, glad I'm on it, will be back.
Maybe my 37 years of boating and 21 boats is enough experience?
I found the forums by doing a simple Google search. I just used the forums to gather info at first, but later joined to get some help. I looked at the other PWC forums, and this one looked best to me as far as friendly informative folks go.
Found it through a search, although I used yahoo. In my short time of doing research this is by far the best forum and I have only posted a few times. Most of the other forum's I found have very little activity.