Articles, Manuals and Other Technical Documentation
We've been in the personal watercraft industry since the 1985. We love what we do and we do what we love. Unfortunately, as with almost anything mechanical, they do require some upkeep and maintenance to keep them at peak operating condition. Over the many years, we've had the opportunity to work on many different makes of watercraft and to collect a great deal of experience.

While it is our hope that this section will help us impart some of our experience to you, it is important to note that the information we provide here may not work for all watercraft under all situations. We’ve tried to be as accurate and complete as possible. When using any of information in these articles, it is always best to consult with the manufacturer's documentation and owner's manual that came with your watercraft as they may offer additional information specific to your make and model of watercraft. It is also important to note that some maintenance issues may require an experienced personal watercraft technician to resolve.
Tech Talk Articles
What Grade of Gas Should I Use?
A question that often arises is about what grade of gasoline should be used with personal watercraft. Some people feel that using supreme or premium unleaded fuel over regular unleaded will yield better performance due to the higher octane... Read More
written by: Jeff Dangl, JetWorks Watercraft Performance Products, posted: 4 Mar 2012
Oil Mixing Guidelines
Oil mixture table for your personal watercraft. Read More
written by: Jeff Dangl, JetWorks Watercraft Performance Products, posted: 4 Mar 2012
Are All TCW3 Oils Created Equal?
If you think all TCW3 rated oil are created equal, then you should think of it like feeding yourself Top Ramen every day. Read More
written by: Watercraft Tuning Tips and Tricks, posted: 18 Mar 2012
Is it Ok to Operate my PWC in Salt Water?
Many watercraft owners are apprehensive about operating their personal watercraft in the ocean because of the damage salt water can cause. This article discusses what you should after operating your PWC in salt water. Read More
written by: Jeff Dangl, JetWorks Watercraft Performance Products, posted: 16 Nov 2012
Storing Your PWC for the Winter
This article includes a list of items to check when storing your personal watercraft for the winter. Read More
written by: Jeff Dangl, JetWorks Watercraft Performance Products, posted: 6 Apr 2012
Choosing a Great Battery for Your PWC
Personal watercraft batteries are often subject to higher levels of abuse than those used in everyday applications. Lack of maintenance, rough water conditions, long storage periods and climate greatly affect overall battery life and performance. How can you find a battery that will keep up with the demands you place on your PWC? Read More
written by: Robert Gomez, JetWorks Watercraft Performance Products, posted: 19 Mar 2013
Carburetor Tuning Basics
People often contact us about feeling like their watercraft is bogging or feeling sluggish. Bogging is often a symptom that results when the carburetor is not properly tuned. Read More
written by: Watercraft Tuning Tips and Tricks, posted: 29 Jun 2012
Flow Control Valve Installation
This article discusses the proper installation procedures for a JetWorks flow control valve. This article was originally published in the January 1999 issue of Jet Sports Magazine. Read MoreDownload.
written by: Art and Robert Gomez, Jet Sports Magazine, January 1999, posted: 14 Dec 2000
Water Injection Kits
This article compares and discusses how different water injection kits affect watercraft performance. We also discuss in some detail how your watercraft may perform under different settings. Read MoreDownload.
written by: Art and Robert Gomez, JetWorks Watercraft Performance Products, posted: 29 Aug 2006
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