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Just installed VTS. Have not hit the ocean yet to truly feel the difference. But I did crank up the engine at home running the flush kit while I adjusted the VTS all the way up.. and... all the way down. Did this while walking back to observe the difference in the nozzle. The nozzle pitch seemed minimal at best.

There is only one video on this on YouTube (Spark VTS showing nozzle moving up and down while guy plays with up and down buttons) and the difference in nozzle movement from from top to bottom seems huge compared to mine. The YouTube video seems like a custom installation, since the Spark in the video does not have IBR. Mine was the kit sent by Sea Doo installed on OEM IBR model. Are my missing something? Most say the difference on the water is huge. Does this small pitch difference make that big of a difference on the water?

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What is the default position?

On mine, it is one click below the triangle indicator on the left.

I also have noticed that now while in neutral, it tends to reverse some and then I have to put it in forward then neutral again to keep in the same spot.

Any feedback?
 

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After you install VTS, you have the option for adjusting your neutral position. While in neutral, push the VTS button up or down to fine tune the iBR bucket placement for the neutral position. When you hit the VTS buttons while in neutral, the dash should display "NEUTRAL ADJUSTMENT." This feature works very nicely for me.
 
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