Come To Jet X Powersports For Service or Winterizing, Or They Can Come to You

Whether you’re tucking your personal watercraft in for a long winter’s nap, you’re just needing to give your ride its regularly-schedule maintenance, there are few shops providing better service, more attentive care or professional hands-on labor than our friends at Jet X Powersports. The Woodbridge, Ontario service center has been providing service for personal watercraft, jet boats, ATVs, dirt bikes and snowmobiles for over a decade, supporting the Greater Toronto Area and Northern Ontario area. Whether you’re in need of a tune-up, jet pump service, or a full-blown engine rebuild, Jet X Powersports has the capabilities and expertise to get the job done. And if you’re looking to pump up your PWC’s performance, they’ve got that covered too.

But the biggest outlier between Jet X Powersports and most service shops, its that Jet X offers a Mobile Service that will come to you. “We have built our reputation on providing a wide range of services that can be performed at a location convenient for our clients such as winterization of boats, skis and other vehicles. If the services required cannot be completed via our Mobile Service, Jet X Powersports can also provide a pickup and delivery service,” stated Ryan Dalli, owner and chief technical expert at Jet X. In fact, Dalli was on the road to a customer when we spoke this morning, stating: “[I’m] still busy with winterizing! We usually go through 400-to-600 litres of coolant every year. It’s a large part of business.”

Recently, Dalli shared one happy customer who brought their Yamaha FZR in for routine maintenance. Amazingly, the Yamaha has racked up a staggering 377 hours with needing one supercharger gear and the usual service items (oil, plugs, etc.) throughout that whole duration! It’s a testament to the quality of the machine and the attention to detail that Jet X Powersports puts in to each of their customer’s toys.

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Kevin Shaw

Kevin Shaw

Editor-in-Chief – Kevin Shaw is a decade-long powersports and automotive journalist whose love for things that go too fast has led him to launching The Watercraft Journal. Almost always found with stained hands and dirt under his fingernails, Kevin has an eye for the technical while keeping a eye out for beautiful photography and a great story.

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