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Anyone know if Sea Doo sells side mirrors for the Spark? Are the easy to install?

If sea doo doesn't sell them would a universal side mirror like this one work?

http://www.overtons.com/modperl/product/details.cgi?pdesc=PWC-Sport-II-Mirror-black&i=37038

Looking to install side mirrors to avoid the ticket of not having a spotter rear facing when towing a tube/water skiier/etc..

@mihalakj, have you found any side mirrors to your liking? If not, the ones that were posted here by another member (also linked below), seem great to me.


http://www.seadoospark.org/forum/129-sea-doo-spark-modifications-add-ons/4282-added-mirrors.html
 

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Anyone know if Sea Doo sells side mirrors for the Spark? Are the easy to install?

If sea doo doesn't sell them would a universal side mirror like this one work?

http://www.overtons.com/modperl/product/details.cgi?pdesc=PWC-Sport-II-Mirror-black&i=37038

Looking to install side mirrors to avoid the ticket of not having a spotter rear facing when towing a tube/water skiier/etc..
After you review the link about mirrors, I have a pair of these for sale if this is what you decide you want.
 

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Simple ... for safety reasons, when you're using iBR your stopping distance is shorter than normal release of throttle. People behind you may not be familiar or aware of it and therefore would be caught off-guard not only by the rapid deceleration but the plume of water. Before initiating, it'd be good to know if someone was behind you or not ... I know someone that got killed by a PWC operator behind them.
 

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Shoulder checks work just fine for me. I'd prefer to kept the streamline look.


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Simple ... for safety reasons, when you're using iBR your stopping distance is shorter than normal release of throttle. People behind you may not be familiar or aware of it and therefore would be caught off-guard not only by the rapid deceleration but the plume of water. Before initiating, it'd be good to know if someone was behind you or not ... I know someone that got killed by a PWC operator behind them.
Ibr is for safety braking. Not time to check.

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our jet boat has a reverse which operates the same as IBR pretty much - we manage fine without mirrors for that
 
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