Jet Boat - East Coast Watercraft
 

JET BOAT ANNUAL SERVICES

12 point inspection
(Included with all packages)
  • Check engine oil tank level
  • Check steering system
  • Grease all zirk fittings
  • Check hull condition
  • Check/clean battery
  • Check spark plugs
  • Check fuel system
  • Check gauges
  • Check accessory switches
  • Check trailer light
  • Check tire air pressure
  • Grease wheel bearings
Basic Service – $305
12 point inspection-Plus
Replace spark plugs
Change fuel filter
Change jet pump oil
Check drive belt
* RFI: spark plugs add $30-$60
* EFI: spark plugs add $72
* DFI: spark plugs add $120

 
 
*Jet pump service:
Pump removal
Check cooling ports
Check wear ring to impeller clearance
Check & lube bearings
Replace seals.

Premium service – $495
12 point inspection
Replace spark plugs
Change fuel filter
Change air filter
Check/change drive belt*
Replace oil filter
Engine compression test
Ignition test
Check bilge siphon system
Lube all lubrication points
Inspect cable bellows
Jet pump service*
Remove impeller/lube shaft
Water test (if boat is in water)
* RFI: spark plugs add $30-$60
* EFI: spark plugs add $72
drive belt add $65
* DFI: spark plugs add $120
air filter add $ 32 (250hp) or $10(200hp)
2 sm filters add $24
drive belt add $35 (250hp) or $65(200hp)

Ultimate Service Package – $595
12 point inspection
Replace spark plugs
Change fuel filter
Change air filter
Check/change drive belt*
Replace oil filter
Engine compression test
Ignition test
Check bilge siphon system
Lube all lubrication points
Inspect cable bellows
Jet pump service*
Remove impeller/lube shaft
Test alarms
Remove carbon deposits from engin
Water test (if boat is in water)
* RFI: spark plugs add $30-$60
* EFI: spark plugs add $72
drive belt add $65
* DFI: spark plugs add $120
air filter add $ 32 (250hp) or $10(200hp)
2 sm filters add $24
drive belt add $35 (250hp) or $65(200hp)
 

 
A jetboat is a boat propelled by a jet of water ejected from the back of the craft.
 
Unlike a powerboat or motorboat that uses an external propeller in the water below or behind the boat, a jetboat draws the water from under the boat through an intake and into a pump-jet inside the boat, before expelling it through a nozzle at the stern.
 
This jetstream exits the unit through a small nozzle at high velocity to push the boat forward. Steering is accomplished by moving this nozzle to either side, or less commonly, by small gates on either side that deflect the jetstream.