One of the most fundamental and important parts of a Jet Ski is its propulsion system. The two main components of the propulsion system are the impeller, and the impeller wear ring. The impeller wear ring, as its name indicates, is a ring that is fastened around the impeller, and will wear out over time. Surprisingly, many riders make the most common jet ski handling mistakes when they start their engines in shallow water. If you ignore this warning, you risk your pump sucking up debris, trash, and even smaller rocks from the bottom. Running any Jet Ski in less then 3 feet of water can damage the impeller and the impeller wear ring instantly. Always check the water depth before you start the engine, and make sure that you stop your engine in time when coming into the shore.
If you notice any power loss in your Jet Ski more then likely your impeller wear ring, your impeller or both have been damaged. We will remove your jet pump, inspect the impeller, impeller bearing, impeller housing, impeller wear ring, seals, bellows, and drive shaft. We only use manufacture recommended OEM parts, filters, and lubricants.
Give us a call for a free estimate on helping you get your Jet Skis running like new and ready for the next adventure. We will inspect your propulsion system and customize a repair program for your Jet Ski.