How many hours will a 2-stroke jet ski last?
As a rule of thumb, the 2-stroke jet ski engines last around 200-300 hours, while the 4-stroke jet ski engines last around 300-500 hours.
What’s better 2-stroke or 4-stroke jet ski?
The 2-stroke are much easier for a DIY mechanic to work on and parts tend to be much cheaper (plus less parts overall). 4-strokes tend to be more reliable when it comes to the naturally aspirated models (the 130 – 155 HP sea-doo models).
When did they stop making 2-stroke jet ski?
There are two types of engine options for a jet ski: a 2-stroke engine and a 4-stroke engine. The 4-stroke engine has become essentially universal in recent years. In fact, Sea Doo, one of the leading manufacturers of jet skis, phased out the 2-stroke engine in 2007.
How many hours will a jet ski last?
On average a jet ski should have approximately 30 hours a year. Anything more than 30 hours per year is considered “high hours”. Most jet ski models have a lifespan of approximately 300 hours, but if properly maintained they can last much longer.
Are jet skis expensive to maintain?
Jet skis are not expensive to maintain if you are performing preventive maintenance regularly. The typical jet ski that is ran in the summer months will cost about $50-100 per year for maintenance if you do it yourself. If you pay a dealer, these costs can be upwards of $300.
Where are two-stroke jet skis banned?
BOULDER CITY, Nev. (LOG NEWS SERVICE) — The National Park Service reminds boaters that a ban on personal watercraft (PWCs) with carbureted two-stroke engines went into effect Jan.