A couple of years back, The Watercraft Journal took delivery of a brand-new 2017 Sea-Doo GTR-X 230. We were witness to the uncrating process, the initial check-in and the mandatory check list that would ensure that our machine was ready and rarin’ to go. But it’s important to know that it wasn’t like opening up a gift on Christmas morning; there was a lot of work necessary to take it from the crate to loading it up on our trailer.
Unfortunately, many simply do not understand the steps necessary to make a brand spankin’ new personal watercraft seaworthy and shipshape. Thankfully, the team at Broward Motorsports Tequesta put together this very stylish and informative video illustrating this exact process. For the layman, it’s anywhere between 4-to-8 hours – depending on how many people working on it – to fully assemble the PWC per manufacturer specifications.
Best of all, the subject is easily one of our favorite-looking machines for the new year, a stealth bombered-out gloss black-on-matte black 2020 Yamaha FX SVHO. So, as the video instructs, “Take a look through the eyes of our service department to see what it takes to get a ski out of a crate, onto the dolly and onto the showroom floor.”
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Posted by Broward Motorsports of Tequesta on Wednesday, September 25, 2019