They may have already installed the flush kit. I had the same experience with mine, they had pre installed it and just gave me the grey adapter. If it isnt already installed the flush kit is what enables you to attach a garden hose to the unit.
Do you have IBR? Seems the IBR might get in the way for us IBR owners.I made a little adapter for about 3 dollars. 12" of 1/2 ID silicone tubing, a male 5/8" garden hose fitting shoved in the end. And an on off valve for the end of the garden hose. Screw in hose, push on flush fitting, turn off valve, turn on hose. Start ski, turn on valve. Turn off valve, stop ski. disconnect. I'll get some pictures up when I get a chance. Fits right underneath the seat so it's always with my ski.
This is actually a really good suggestion, is this one you came up with or seen elsewhere?Go to Home Depot and pick up one of these things:
Orbit 1/2 in. x 24 in. Riser Flex Pipe-37151 at The Home Depot
Cut it in half, push it onto the flush point on the ski. Even if you have iBR, the stiffness of the pipe will allow you to push it on without removing the bucket. Then push the cut end of a garden hose onto it. For only a dollar you now have a flush system on your Spark.
If you want to get fancy, you can get fittings to install a quick-disconnect system onto that.
I only ride in Fresh water and never flushed my 2002, 2003, and 2008 RXT-X (All 4 techs) and similar as the engine is anti freeze cooled and the exhaust is water cooled!Do I need to flush spark if I only ride in fresh water?
Thanks in advance
You only flush for about 30 sec...different then like a yamaha where its a few min to flush entire engineI only ride in Fresh water and never flushed my 2002, 2003, and 2008 RXT-X (All 4 techs) and similar as the engine is anti freeze cooled and the exhaust is water cooled!
I made a flush kit But the only time I,m going to flush it is at the end of the season as part of winterizing the Spark. If you don,t ski in salt water all flushing does is heat up the drive train because its Not in water?