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To our members who work on Sparks, do you know if debris such as sand can collect in the muffler after riding through shallow water? Or is there some way every grain of sand or whatever is expelled once the ski is driven back through cleaner water? Be good to hear some informed comments, please no guesses or "ifs or maybes". Thanks.
 

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good question


I have looked at the manual and from changing my wear ring the intake flow does have a small plastic grill to stop big stuff going in but your are right sand mud can get through the best thing the speed of flow should go straight through..


Keep out of sand and mud not always feasible just flush after use and make sure use see water flow out.
Anyway same as all other skis I have seen no different














To our members who work on Sparks, do you know if debris such as sand can collect in the muffler after riding through shallow water? Or is there some way every grain of sand or whatever is expelled once the ski is driven back through cleaner water? Be good to hear some informed comments, please no guesses or "ifs or maybes". Thanks.
 

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just thinking my old Honda did have a filter as well the mesh was finer than the sparks they could just make a new push in filter
 

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just thinking my old Honda did have a filter as well the mesh was finer than the sparks they could just make a new push in filter
Ok thanks Xdrian, I wasn't aware there is a filter installed. I'm taking my Spark in for its first service on Monday, I'll ask the technician for more info, and anything I find out I'll post here.
 
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