Great read, something newbs MUST go through before anything. Best to arm yourself with any knowledge you can before getting out into the water.
Exactly, gotta protect your investment, can't neglect it.Just like a boat. Gotta keep it clean
Salt water is not friendly to parts.
at least that just shows the minimum you need to do after each ride, good for beginners that just want to know some quick basics.
thanks for the link - again.not everyone id going to ride the spark in salt water though!
the operators manual will tell you everything you need to know about maintenance intervals...
that plus there will be some DIY's and How-To's posted here. I doubt there will need to be any big jobs done, mostly small stuff for now. There's already one small How-To posted here.You can get the workshop manual online and it covers everything, only $14.95
But really theres not to much that needs doing, check your fluids and flush it after each ride and it will last.
I plan on use this...seems to get rave reviews and the few negatives it had were all people trying to use it on fabric which it isnt designed for...Is there any sort of clear wax to apply to the top side of my spark to protect the plastic from fade.
I plan on use this...seems to get rave reviews and the few negatives it had were all people trying to use it on fabric which it isnt designed for...
Amazon.com: 303 Products 30350 Aerospace Protectant - 32 oz.: Automotive
wonder if you sprayed the hull if the spark would go faster?Available at west marine but it can be slippery . I have used it on inflatables. You should not use it in standing areas or on seat.