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Last season I only put about 4 hour on my Spark and every time I would pull the plug after a ride little to no water came out. This season when I pull the plug I am getting a lot more water coming out, even if I ride on fairly calm water. I am just wondering what is a normal amount of water in the hull for about a 2 hour ride with no wave jumping.
As a side note I have the Spark on a lift this season that is angled back a lot more then on the trailer. But still is it normal to have water in the hull and how much?
 

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My 2015 spark has 26 hours on it at the moment. I've never had any significant amount of water in my hull; after long trips or even after wave jumping for hours. When I pull the plug nothing comes out.

When your ski is running the bailers will suck most of the extra water out of the hull. If you're seeing significant water after active riding then you might very well have a leak somewhere (or possibly an exhaust hose connection that is leaking). If your ski has been floating in the water for hours or days without running then you might get a little through the driveshaft seal or some other places.
 

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My 2015 spark has 26 hours on it at the moment. I've never had any significant amount of water in my hull; after long trips or even after wave jumping for hours. When I pull the plug nothing comes out.

When your ski is running the bailers will suck most of the extra water out of the hull. If you're seeing significant water after active riding then you might very well have a leak somewhere (or possibly an exhaust hose connection that is leaking). If your ski has been floating in the water for hours or days without running then you might get a little through the driveshaft seal or some other places.
Thanks for your reply, would have replied sooner but I was on holidays. I have 1.5 weeks left on the 1 year manufactures warrantee, going to drop off the Spark tomorrow morning at a new marina for them to check out. I also decided to buy the 3 year extended just in case, got a great deal on it.
I had so many bad experiences with the dealer I bought the spark at, I decided to look around and I saved $750 on BRP best 3 year extended warrantee at this new marina over what my original dealer wanted.
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