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BPR calls it Flushing Device (Kit P/N 295 100 555)

I'm taking it back, too many conflicts and way over priced.

Little plastic hose adapter is supposed to bolt to the Riding Plate (P/N 271001840) opposite the hull drain, but it's not tapped for the 6mm screws.

I also bought the Salt Off Inline Applicator, but it'll never work with the Flush Kit in its installed location.

I'm going to fab up something and locate my own design where everything works and save myself $32.99. WTF was I thinking.
 

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That's too bad to hear. Was that made specifically for the Spark? Let us know if you find something that works out better for you.
 

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The Sea-Doo flush kit will work with just a hose hooked up. The Salt Off unit is an off the shelf, maybe fit your application. You most likely will have to pull the riding plate off and have it tapped to accept the screws. I don't want to pull that thing off until I get the manual reverse kit. I have some leftover plumbing and odds and ends to do a quick connect right at the stern bulkhead. Pics when I do it.
 

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Ok guys here is a pic of the flush kit I came up with. Its removable so I just slide it on when I'm ready to flush and pull it off when I'm done. I bought the tubing in bulk along with the connectors so I can make more if anyone is interested.
1/2" ID tubing and Quick Connect Hose Adaptor from Home Depot. If you wanted to leave it on, then just add a couple of stainless clamps.

 

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This is what came with my spark when I purchased it. Very simple to use. Screw the right side in the spark, add the hose to black end of middle piece. Turn on spark, plug in middle piece to left end and water will automatically start.

The right green piece with rubber washer was not needed.


That's what I have used so far. And it came with my spark. Got it from Barney's in Brandon, FL.
 

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I had my dealer install the flush kit in both my units. They only charged me $40 labor to install it on both of them. Will post pictures next time im on.
 

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Next to impossible to install a flush with IBR.not even enough room for 2 fingers.managed to do it with a hose clamp that had a plastic knob. Tightened the knob with one finger until the plastic broke off . Seems to be tight and holding.
 

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Wow am I confused about the flush kit. Some say they are hard to install, some say they paid the dealer to install it, some say it came with what you need to flush it. not for nothing, but it looks to me like you just need a thinner hose, almost like a clear flexible tube that connects to your garden hose to stick down in there and that's it. is there any point in paying $40 and an install?

I'm a chick that built a custom fuel delivery system on my scooter so if i can rig something that works well for cheaper I am ALL about it
 

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TK423 I like your home made flush kit thing. awesome.

after having to call the marina daily for months to try to get a spot that rarely opens and has no waiting list im IN. tomorrow i sign up for my list and get the very last seadoo 3up they have at my dealership. wooot
 

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TK423 I like your home made flush kit thing. awesome.

after having to call the marina daily for months to try to get a spot that rarely opens and has no waiting list im IN. tomorrow i sign up for my list and get the very last seadoo 3up they have at my dealership. wooot
Congrats! Where in Miami are you keeping it? I keep mine up here in Fort Lauderdale but I use the ramp at Pelican harbor often. If you were able to do a full fuel set up you will be able to take the Ibr off with ease, its hyped up into being much more difficult than it really is.
 

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The difference between the hard and easy installation is IBR vs no IBR. Installing on the IBR model is a (ahem) serious pain in the dill.
 

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TK423 I like your home made flush kit thing. awesome.

after having to call the marina daily for months to try to get a spot that rarely opens and has no waiting list im IN. tomorrow i sign up for my list and get the very last seadoo 3up they have at my dealership. wooot
Thanks, cheap and easy about 5 min and 3 bucks. Took longer to find everything in Home Depot then to put it together.
 
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