Before Each Operation: 1. Check the weather report, wind and water conditions.2. Check for recommended on-board tools and parts.3. Check that all drain plugs are installed properly, including bilge and rear drain.4. Check the propeller and shaft for damage.5. Check the
Unleaded gasoline should meet the specifications ASTM D4814 in the United States and CGSB 3.5-92 in Canada.If you operate your engine in a country other than the United States or Canada, unleaded fuels may be difficult to locate. Using leaded
Never overload your boat. The maximum weight capacity as listed on the certification plate includes all items added to the boat (persons and gear). Also, proper distribution of weight is critical to boat performance. Allocate the load as evenly as
Your MasterCraft boat was designed to be a high performance ski boat. You may have seen professional drivers with advanced operating skills perform high speed maneuvers and on a dime turns. DO NOT attempt to duplicate or simulate these feats.
An overhead hoist with two-ton capacity (minimum) should be used to lift your boat. Cables should be rated for at least 3,500 pounds each. When lifting, keep the bow slightly higher than the stern to prevent any possibility of water
A complete engine tune-up, including replacement of the PVC valve, spark plugs, distributor cap, rotor and ignition wires (if needed) should be performed annually. Also, some engines require adjustments for spark, dwell and idle. All of these functions require special
Do not tow more than two persons at one time on a tow tower. The tow tower should be used only for water skis, wakeboards, or recreational towables and not for parasailing, kite flying or towing other boats. Do not add
The emergency engine safety switch, called the lanyard, is an ignition cut-off switch designed to stop the engine in the event of an operator being thrown from position or moving too far from the helm.The lanyard is equipped with a