How much does it cost to replace a jet ski engine?
If you already have the engine and are just looking for a complete rebuild kit, you may only need to spend $300-$400. However, if you’re looking at rebuilding with individual parts, you may run it up to around $500 or more. Any which way you slice it, rebuilding your PWC engine yourself will save you a ton of money.
How long do jet ski engines 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. But keep in mind that these numbers depend on factors like maintenance, usage, and many others!
How much does a jet ski service cost?
Costs vary among the brands, however every second service (or every 100 hours) tends to be a bigger job, so be sure to get an idea on the cost of at least the first three visits. As a rough guide, expect to pay between $350 and $450 for a routine service.
Are jet skis expensive to repair?
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.
Are jet skis hard to maintain?
The average jet ski gets about 30 hours of riding a year meaning that you can expect to burn 120-300 gallons in a year. Depending on gas prices you should expect to spend $300-600+ annually. Ongoing maintenance is another cost that will need to be accounted for.
Why did Honda stop making jet skis?
Honda got in a little too late to the market and what killed them was the Recession of 2008/2009. Honda stopped making watercraft in 2009, and the 2010 models were called off. When Honda got out of the market it made it hard for dealers that had new inventory to sell them.
Is a supercharged jet ski worth it?
Yes, superchargers decrease mpg significantly, as featuring a supercharger always means higher fuel consumption, especially if you ride at full speed. The top performance jet skis can burn 20-25 gallons of gas each hour at top speed, while non-supercharged models are much more fuel-efficient.
Do Jet Skis hold value?
Jet skis (PWCs) are very similar to cars in that they depreciate as soon as they are purchased. They will lose around twenty-two percent of their value in the first year of ownership, and then around eight percent of their value every following year.
How many hours on a jet ski is a lot?
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.
How often should a jet ski be serviced?
PWC models require an annual service (once a year), or to be serviced after 50 hours the engine is on (whichever comes first). Check your owner’s manual for the exact time period. The average jet ski is ridden 30 hours a year, which means most PWCs get serviced once a year.