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USER
MANUAL
J E T S U R F U LT R A S P O R T
J E T S U R F G P
J E T S U R F R A C E
J E T S U R F R A C E T I T A N I U M
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IMPORTANT NOTIFICATION
This motorized power board is intended
solely for competitions. It can only be used at
designated places or during special events.
PLEASE KEEP THIS MANUAL AT A SAFE PLACE AND HAND IT OVER TO A NEW
OWNER IF YOU SELL THE VESSEL.
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY (only for EU)
Declaration of Conformity of Recreational Craft with the Design, Construction and Noise Emission
requirements of Directive 94/25/EC as amended by Directive 2003/44/EC
Name of craft manufacturer: MSR Engines s.r.o.
Address: Krásného 3857/7, 636 00 Brno, CZECH REPUBLIC
Name of Notified Body for noise emission assessment: Československý Lloyd spol.s r.o.
Address: Pobřežní 620/3, 186 00 Praha 8, CZECH REPUBLIC ID: 2371
Name of Notified Body for noise emission: Československý Lloyd spol.s r.o.
Address: Pobřežní 620/3, 186 00 Praha 8, CZECH REPUBLIC ID: 2371
Name of Authorised Representative (if applicable): ................................................................................
Address: .....................................................................................................................................................................
DESCRIPTION OF CRAFT:
Craft Identification Number (CIN):
Module used for construction assessment: B+C
Brand name of the craft: JetSurf™
Model: ULTRA SPORT / FACTORY GP / RACE / RACE TITANIUM
Type of craft: motorized surfboard
Maximum Design Category: D
Type of hull: monohull
Construction material: carbon
Dimensions of hull: 1800 mm - length; 600 mm - beam; 150 mm - height
Engine:
Engine serial number:
Type of main Propulsion: two-stroke petrol engine / inboard
Engine power: 7,6 kW / 9,6 kW-RACE TITANIUM
Engine name: MSR 50.2
Essential requirements:
Exhaust Emissions:
Directive 94/25/EC as amended by Directive 2003/44/EC
Emission (CO) – 111,73 g/kWh; Emission (NOx); 8,57 g/kWh; Emission (HC) – 8,27 g/kWh
Noise Emissions:
Noise emission levels: 67,7 ± 2,6 dB
CZ-MSR
FD
This declaration of conformity is issued under the sole responsibility of the manufacturer. I declare on behalf of the craft
manufacturer that the craft mentioned above complies with all applicable essential requirements in the way specified (and
is in conformity with the type for which above mentioned EC type examination certificate has been issued) – delete text
between brackets if no EC type examination certificate has been issued.
Name and function: Martin Šula, CEO of MSR Engines s.r.o.
Signature and title: ......................................................................................................................................................
Date and place of issue: ...........................................................................................................................................
2017 / BRNO
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INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION
USER MANUAL
Copyright 2017; All rights reserved
JetSurf™ motorized power boards were designed and manufactured by MotosurfWC and Formula 1 engineers
to push the limits of motor sports. The power boards created by JetSurf™ are the only motorized water
vehicles with the ability to be transported by hand, car, boat or plane (as hand luggage on international/
domestic carrier flights). This allows the users of JetSurf™ power boards to travel easily around the word –
a unique attribute in comparison to other motorized watercraft.
JetSurf™ parts and components are manufactured by MSR Engines, based in the Czech Republic. The company
specializes in the development of combustion engines and specialized electronics.
JetSurf™ power boards are produced in a single factory that uses the highest standards of production technology.
Only the finest materials and components currently produced in the European Union are utilized. This comprehensive
in-house production allows JetSurf™ to ensure themaximum precision and efficient production.
JetSurf™ power boards were developed with exceptional effort to minimize environmental impact. Through
specialized and the most advanced technology, engineers have reduced the total weight of the JetSurf™ power
board and accessories to forty point eight (40.8) pounds (eighteen and a half kilograms [+18.5]). JetSurf™ power
boards meet homologation (registration for racing) standards for noise emissions, as well as using an internal
combustion engine that enforces the Greentech technology and complies with the emission limits set for motor
vessels. The complete drive unit is certified and approved by the European Commission and received the European
Union label, CE. All this effort toward compliance with international standards has ensured that the power
boards are also compliant with North American requirements for personal watercraft.
EPA Emissions Regulations:*
JetSurf motorized surfboards are certified to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as conforming
to the requirements of the regulations for the control of air pollution from new watercraft engines. This
certification is contingent on certain adjustments being set to factory standards. §1068.101(b)(1) prohibits tampering,
removal or rendering inoperative any device installed onto the engine in compliance with EPA regulations
prior to sale and delivery to, as well as after the sale to, the ultimate purchaser of the product.
Maintenance, replacement, or repair of the emission control devices and systems may be performed by any
marine engine repair establishment or individual.
Emission Control Information is printed onto the Engines as permanent evidence of EPA certification.
The information contained in this User Manual represents the most up-to-date product data available at the
time of printing. Because JetSurf™ is committed to continuous product improvements and advancement
of technology, the company reserves the right to change the product, components, specifications or other
aspects of the JetSurf™ motorized power board without advance notice or a requirement to equip previously
produced JetSurf™motorized power boards with these changes. You can find current upgrades on the Jet-
Surf™ websites (www.jetsurf.com). Check this website regularly.
This User Manual for Owners or Operators (hereafter referred to as the “User Manual”) cannot anticipate
every circumstance involved in owning or operating the motorized power board. JetSurf™ strongly encourages
owners and operators to regularly review the U.S. Coast Guard website (www.uscg.mil) or the relevant
coast guard and/or authority regulating the laws pertaining to the use of personal watercraft with particular
attention to information provided for personal watercraft. Also check JetSurf™ company’s website (www.
jetsurf.com) for updates and product information.
JetSurf™ provides the following information in the expectation of long and enjoyable ownership of this
JetSurf™ motorized power board.
This manual will help you to operate your vessel safely and easily. It contains a detailed description of the vessel,
its supplied or built-in accessories, systems and information about their operation and maintenance. Please
read it carefully and learn about the vessel before you start using it.
Do not set out on a ride until the conditions (wind force and wave height) correspond to the construction category
of your vessel and make sure you are able to safely control the vessel in these conditions.
This user manual does not include detailed maintenance or repair instructions. If you experience any problems,
contact the manufacturer of the vessel or its representative. If you have the maintenance manual, please follow
it during the vessel maintenance.
Maintenance, fixing and adjustments of the vessel can only be made by trained and qualified persons. Any
adjustments which might affect the safety characteristics of the vessel have to be checked, implemented and
documented by a competent person. The manufacturer of the vessel cannot be held responsible for any adjustments
not approved by it.
In some countries it is required to have qualification or certificate to control a vessel or some other special
regulations might apply.
Always duly maintain your motorized power board and be aware it will wear with time and as a result of demanding
operation or bad handling.
Each vessel, regardless how hard-wearing it is, can suffer severe damage if used incorrectly. This is incompatible
with its safe use. Always adapt the speed and course of the vessel to the conditions (wind force and wave height).
The person controlling the vessel must use suitable swimming aids described in the chapter PERSONAL SWIMMING
AIDS in this manual. It is necessary to point out that in some countries the law requires wearing swimming
aids under all circumstances while using the JetSurf™ and is therefore necessary to comply with these national
legislations.
PLEASE KEEP THIS MANUAL AT A SAFE PLACE AND HAND IT OVER TO A NEW OWNER IF YOU
SELL THE VESSEL.
* Valid for the USA
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|1| IDENTIFICATION PLATES AND
WARNINGS
IDENTIFICATION PLATE OF THE VESSEL
The identification plate of the vessel is attached in the motor compartment.
Information that you can not find on this plate are written in respective category of the manual.
CRAFT IDENTIFICATION NUMBER (CIN)
The craft identification number is situated on the starboard near the stern.
ENGINE IDENTIFICATION PLATE
The engine serial number and information concerning the exhaust fume emission control is laser-
marked in the engine.
ENGINE STARTER . 49
CARBURETTOR 50
PROCEDURE OF FREEWHEEL
SETTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
ENGINE 51
ELECTRIC BILGE PUMP 52
VACUUM BILGE PUMP 52
|5| RIDE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
BEFORE YOU START 54
STAND ERECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
START AND FIRST RIDE 59
JETSURF CONTROL – THROTTLE . . . . 63
JETSURF CONTROL – TURNING . . . . . 63
JETSURF CONTROL – RIDING . . . . . . . 63
JETSURF CONTROL
– STOPPING (FALLING) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
AFTER THE RIDE . 64
CLEANING OF FLOODED ENGINE 66
|6| STORAGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
|7| TRANSPORT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
|8| MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
SPARK PLUG REPLECEMENT 71
APPLYING LUBRICANT IN
THE FREEWHEEL 73
TABLE OF REGULAR MAINTENANCE . 75
|9| WARRANTY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
|10| TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . 81
CHECKING FUNCTIONS OF SPARK
PLUG AND TIMING SENSOR . 82
SERVICE POINTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
TABLE OF CONTENTS IDENTIFICATION PLATES AND WARNINGS
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY 3
USER MANUAL . 4
TABLE OF CONTENTS 6
|1| IDENTIFICATION PLATES
AND WARNINGS . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
|2| SAFETY MATTERS . . . . . . . . . . 10
DEFINITION . 11
GENERAL COMMON SENSE . 11
CARBON MONOXIDE . 12
ENGINE PREPARATION . 13
PERS. FLOTATION DEVICES 14
LAW ENFORCEMENT . 15
UNDER THE INFLUENCE . 15
SPEEDING/NOISE . 15
ELECTRONIC DEVICES . 15
REPORTING ACCIDENTS AND INSURANCE 16
REFUSE AND POLLUTION . 16
OTHER SAFETY MATTERS 17
SAFE OPERATION ON THE WATER 18
GENERAL PRUDENTIAL RULE . 18
GENERAL EXPECTATIONS . 18
|3| SPECIFICATION . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
MODEL FACTORY GP . 22
MODEL ULTRA SPORT . 22
MODEL RACE 24
MODEL RACE TITANIUM . 24
|3| DESCRIPTION OF PARTS . . . . . 26
FUEL TANK 32
FUEL MIXING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
FUEL TANK REMOVAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
FUEL TOP-UP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
EXHAUST . 36
CONTROL HANDLE 37
IGNITION CONTROL UNIT (ICU) 39
SIGNALLING OF IGNITION CONTROL
UNIT (ICU) FAULTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
CHARGING OF THE IGNITION
CONTROL UNIT (ICU) BATTERY . . . . . . 46
CZ-MSR
SN : FD 10 00 00 5999 9
MSR Engines s. r. o.
DATE OF MFG: 14/15 J F M A M J J A S O N D
MSR 50 .2
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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WARNINGS F I G U R E 5 – stickers MSR 0416/D1-EN and MSR 0316/D2-EN
Before using this vehicle, read the following plates. If you have any questions, consult a sales representative
of JetSurf™.
F I G U R E 1 – sticker MSR 0316/H1-EN
F I G U R E 2 – sticker MSR 0316/M1-EN
F I G U R E 3 – warning on the ICU
F I G U R E 4 – stickers MSR 0116/M2-EN
IDENTIFICATION PLATES AND WARNINGS IDENTIFICATION PLATES AND WARNINGS
F I G U R E 1 F I G U R E 2
F I G U R E 4
F I G U R E 5
F I G U R E 3
CLEANING/OFF
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SAFETY MATTERS SAFETY MATTERS
DEFINITION
“Power board” or “motorized surfboard,” interchangeable terms in this Owner’s Manual, mean a vessel
that uses an inboard gasoline-and-oil-powered engine, providing power to a water-jet pump as its
primary source of propulsion power. It is designed to be operated by a person (“rider” or “operator”)
sitting, standing or kneeling on the vessel. Direction of JetSurf™ is controlled by rider leaning to one
side or another, speed is controlled by throttle trigger located on the handle.
GENERAL COMMON SENSE
It is the responsibility of the owner and/or operator to comply with safety-
related material provided in this Owner’s Manual and to regularly review
safety information provided by governmental agencies and local jurisdictions.
Common sense should guide owners/operators at all times,
regardless of whether the engine is running or not. Failure to do so will
result in serious injury or death.
Riders are reminded that general common sense should be the rule for any and all outings. While
some objects appear above water and are easily avoidable, it may be necessary to pay special attention
to underwater objects as well.
In using the power board, some common sense considerations are for safety of the rider and other
vessel riders, boaters and passengers, while common sense also is necessary to preserve the power
board in good shape.
JetSurf™ cannot anticipate every type of activity or negligent performance that could result in death/
injury or damage. The operator accepts responsibility for use of the power board in a safe and
sensible manner. Particular attention must be paid to surroundings at all times to avoid accidents.
Care must also be taken to avoid situations in which carbon monoxide fumes may become trapped
between objects or may be released out-of-the-water. Be certain to read the information regarding
carbon monoxide poisoning contained in this section of the Owner’s Manual.
With regard to damage to the power board, riders should avoid running it all the way to shore. Often,
beaches or shoreline are made up of rocks and/or sand that can scratch or dent the power board.
Such occurrences are not covered under the JetSurf™ Limited Warranty statement, which appears
later in this Owner’s Manual.
Familiarity with the nautical waters in which the power board will be operated is extremely important.
Currents, especially strong ones, can affect the performance of the power board and threaten the
safety of the operator. Pay attention to buoys and other markers also.
It is critical for all owners and operators to be prepared to maintain and operate the power board in
a responsible and common sense manner at all times.
All riders must use helmet, life vest and a safety leash at all times while operating JetSurf™ to prevent
any serious injury or death in the events of accident (you can find more details in CLOTHING category).
|2| SAFETY MATTERS
BEFORE USING THE POWER BOARD THE FIRST TIME, READ THIS ENTIRE OWNER’S
MANUAL.
If any of the information is not clearly understood, contact the retail sales dealer for clarification and
further understanding prior to operating the power board. Safety is the primary concern of Jet-Surf™,
and it needs to be for all owners and operators as well.
The Safety information provided in this Owner’s Manual cannot anticipate every circumstance that
may arise while maintaining and operating the power board. Basic safety information is provided
and it is not all-inclusive. JetSurf™ strongly encourages all owners and operators to regularly review
the U.S. Coast Guard safety information (www.uscg.mil and www.uscgboating.org)* and other safety-
minded, watercraft websites and authorities which apply to the relevant area/region under which
the JetSurf™ power board is to be operated.
This is the safety alert symbol. It is used to alert you to potential personal injury hazards.
Obey all safety messages that follow the symbol to avoid possible injury or death.
DANGER indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, will result in death or serious injury.
WARNING indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
CAUTION indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury.
NOTICE is used to address practices not related to physical injury.
This information could result in damages to the product that are
not covered under warranty.
These precaution icons will appear throughout the Owner’s Manual.
* Valid for the USA
WARNING
CAUTION
NOTICE
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ENGINE PREPARATION
Operation of the power board engine out of the water for more than
ten (10) seconds can result in permanent damage to the engine and exhaust
system, (temperatures of cylinder shouldn’t be higher than 65 °C/
149 °F). Such damage is not covered under the warranty.
Touching any part of a running engine, in particular any component that
is moving, can result in serious injury or death. If it is necessary to access
or touch an engine for any reason, the engine must be turned off.
EEngine also become increasingly hot with usage and can result in skin
burns if engine is not allowed to cool prior to touching it.
Never transport fuel except in D.O.T. (USA) or CE (Europe) -approved containers.
Transporting fuel in the engine or fuel tank can result in damage to Jet-
Surf™ or injury to people handling the board. Fumes from fuel are even
more volatile, explosive and generally dangerous than liquid fuel. Never
transport JetSurf™ power board with fuel in its tank. JetSurf™ transport
is described in detail in the chapter “TRANSPORT” page 66.
Later in this Owner’s Manual are instructions for the proper preparation and maintenance of the
power board’s engine. Be sure to read and follow these instructions.
Note also that operators should regularly verify that the engine is probably installed and firmly affixed
to the engine housing. DO NOT attempt to start an engine that is not secure!
Operators and bystanders should NEVER touch any part of a running engine.
Avoid allowing any object, even small bio-degradable items (seaweed, sand, small animals...) to come
into contact with the engine. This could result in damage to the engine that would not be covered
under warranty.
Use only JetSurf™-approved replacement parts. Using any other parts will void the warranty and may
adversely affect the operation and safety of the power board.
When starting the engine, ensure that individuals (especially children) are at least 33 feet/10 meters away.
The engine was designed and crafted for the JetSurf™ retail power board only. Never use
the engine for any other craft, object, projectile, or item. Such usage is expressly prohibited.
CARBON MONOXIDE
Carbon monoxide (CO) is a gas and it can be extremely difficult to detect,
because it has no color, taste or odor and it can accumulate without
awareness. Exposure can be fatal in a matter of minutes. The effects of
CO are cumulative and repeated exposure to low amounts can have a
similar effect to a single high concentration exposure. Carbon monoxide
should be avoided, while any exposure should be treated immediately.
The exhaust on the power board is purposely located at the stern (rear) of the board. While emissions
from the engine are relatively low due to its purpose-built design which ventilates into the water
under normal operation, there are still some CO fumes as a natural by-product of a combustion
engine. Therefore, riders must operate the power board as designed. No one should ever be towed
behind the power board while it is in operation. The engine should not be operated when the power
board is out of the water (this can cause damage to the engine from over-heating also).
CO enters through the lungs and blocks oxygen. Milder symptoms of poisoning include headache,
nausea, itching or irritated eyes and dizziness. Victims often become increasingly weak and disoriented.
These symptoms should not be confused with alcohol intoxication.
Individuals who suffer from lung- or heart-related issues may be affected more quickly. Alcohol and
tobacco use also accelerate symptoms. For all riders, regardless of health or ingestion, note that
physical activity will also hasten CO absorption.
In the even that someone shows evidence of CO poisoning, immediately shut off motorized surfboard
or any other combustion-engine in the area. Provide fresh air, if possible, and move the victim
to an area away from the CO concentration. Provide first aid and seek professional medical assistance
immediately.
SAFETY MATTERS SAFETY MATTERS
NOTICE
WARNING
WARNING
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LAW ENFORCEMENT
When underway, operators may be required to cease manoeuvres and allow U.S. Coast Guard* or
state law enforcement personnel to come alongside. Some Countries, States and jurisdictions may
require a minimum age to operate the power board, pass a training course, and/or possess an operator’s
license. Requirements vary widely. If operating in a location that allows minors, such activity
should be done only under adult supervision.
Be sure to check annually regarding requirements for legal and safe operation of the power board.
UNDER THE INFLUENCE
Under no circumstances should a power board rider ever operate under the influence of alcohol
or drugs, including prescription drugs that have potentially disorienting side effects. This can be as
dangerous as driving a car while under the influence!
REGISTRATION
In many jurisdictions, it will not be necessary to register the power board with the state of principal
use. However, because the power board is motorized, registration may be necessary. Verify with the
state and local law enforcement entities in the area in which the power board will be used most prior
to using for the first time.
SPEEDING/NOISE
Some areas have restrictions regarding speed related to creating waves and maximal noise restrictions.
Operators of power boards are required to adhere to these requirements.
ELECTRONIC DEVICES
Operating the power board requires full attention. JetSurf™ strongly recommends leaving cell phones
(including waterproof models), radios, iPods, and other devices ashore during outings. The distractions
can potentially lead to accidents.
CLOTHING
Persons in range of the power board’s engine moving parts should exercise caution to
avoid having clothing or hair come in contact. If clothing or hair become entangled in moving
parts, injury may result.
Because the engine has moving parts, owners/operators should never wear loose clothing when the
engine is in operation. Straps, buckles, as well as the edges of cloth can become entangled in JetSurf™
moving parts.
If the owner/operator has long hair, it should be tied up or secured in some fashion so that the hair
cannot become entangled in the engine’s moving JetSurf™.
An injury can occur nearby the jets as a result of water influx into the body cavities. Conventional
swimwear does not protect sufficiently against water being forced into rectum or vagina. All the riders
must wear at least the bottom part of the neoprene suit or any other garment providing the same
protection. We recommend wearing footwear, gloves and glasses.
Helmets are a compulsory item of safety gear and must be worn at all times while riding. It is expected
that operators will, from time to time, fall off the power board, even in normal operation. Helmets
provide protection in the event the operator’s head would strike the board. Helmets are therefore a
mandatory accessory and should be manufactured to wear on the water, fit properly and be relatively
lightweight. JetSurf™ makes no claims nor promises regarding protection, including that afforded by
helmets.
The use of an arm or leg leash is compulsory and must be used at all times while using JetSurf™.
PERSONAL FLOTATION DEVICES (PDFs)
It is the responsibility of the owner/operator to comply with any and all laws, statutes and requirements
for personal safety. American federal law requires the wearing of a U.S. Coast Guard-approved* personal
flotation device (PDF) under most circumstances. State and local laws and statutes may also vary
from federal requirements.
As JetSurf™ power boards are commonly defined as personal water craft it is essential for all users to
check with their relevant local Authorities for all information relating to the use of safety accessories.
JetSurf™ takes no responsibility for failure of users to comply with the relevant laws which apply to
the use of personal water craft in any specific location.
Authorized JetSurf™ dealers are able to assist owners and operators in ensuring that they are properly
outfitted for conditions and to comply with the law of the countries where JetSurf™ is used.
SAFETY MATTERS SAFETY MATTERS
WARNING
* Valid for the USA * Valid for the USA
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OTHER SAFETY MATTERS
Riders should:
- Be at least sixteen (16) years old or the minimum age required within the jurisdiction in which the
power board is operated. The power board was designed to be operated by adults.
- Wear appropriate safety gear especially a Helmet and Life Vest and safety leash.
- Ensure the power board is in excellent condition and ready to operate in top form. Have sufficient
fuel for the outing or gear the outing to the generally expected period of time that fuel will remain,
and be sure that the ignition battery is functional and well-charged to avoid becoming stranded away
from shore.
- Avoid operation during bad weather, including but not limited to, high winds, rain that obscures
vision, warnings of impending threatening weather, high waves, or any weather in which the rider
feels at all uncomfortable.
- Avoid operation in water that is too shallow or is brackish. Because the power board engine is water-
jet pump propelled, weeds and other flora can foul the engine intake. If it is suspected that fouling
agents or small objects have been brought into the pump/engine system (height of water stream
coming out of engine cooling system nozzle output will get smaller or end completely), immediately
cease operation and perform a typical maintenance operation to clean the system.
- Maintain a speed and operational method that ensures
the rider can avoid collisions with objects (above and below
the waterline), buoys, docks, shorelines and other vessels.
- Know and practice navigational rules and regulations.
- Maintain an unobstructed view at all times, particularly in
the direction the power board is moving.
- Ride singularly on the power board. Multiple people on
one power board can overload it and cause it to sink.
The power board is built with anticipation of one (1) average-
sized person per board.
- Never exceed the highest loading capacity.
- In addition, it is necessary for the rider to maintain lineof-
sight, which means there should never be another person
in front of the rider as the outing progresses.
- Not carry aboard any item. The power board requires
the rider to maintain control via the control handle. The
rider should never be distracted from control of the power
board.
- Always keep the engine shut-off key with kill switch Paracord
around the wrist so that when the rider goes overboard
the engine will be immediately shut down.
REPORTING ACCIDENTS AND INSURANCE
Federal law requires reporting of accidents in which:
- A person dies;
- A person disappears from the vessel in what appears to be a situation that could have resulted in
death or serious injury;
- A person disappears from the vessel in what appears to be a situation that could have resulted in
death or serious injury;
- Damage to vessel and/or property that exceeds the amount stipulated by law. The total may be
lower in some jurisdictions and it is the responsibility of the owner/operator to verify;
- The power board is destroyed.
Any instance in which other vessels or persons appear in distress, power board operators are required
by law to offer assistance unless doing so would result in potential danger to the power board
operator. Good Samaritan protection is provided to anyone who offers good faith assistance.
Even when others operate the power board, the owner is generally responsible for damages or
injuries that may occur. Owners must not allow any Third Party to operate the JetSurf™ without prior
instruction in correct use and operational risks. Owners are strongly encouraged to carry sufficient
liability and property insurance to provide in anticipation of potential judgments in those instances.
Theft and on-shore damage are additional reasons to purchase insurance.
REFUSE AND POLLUTION
The U.S. Coast Guard* and/or relevant Authority which applies to the region where the JetSurf™ is
used provides detailed information regarding the disposal or refuse. In general, refuse, even bio-degradable,
should be disposed properly on-shore. If the user deduces that there are any substances
that could pollute waters leaking from the board, it should be presented to an authorised JetSurf™
dealer for repair. Pollution laws and regulations are stringent in most areas.
At no time should the power board owner and/or operator alter the engine exhaust system or fuel
system in any fashion. Doing so is both illegal and potentially dangerous.
SAFETY MATTERS SAFETY MATTERS
* Valid for the USA
WARNING
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When overtaking, you are the give-way vessel. The other vessel is expected to maintain course and
speed. Avoid it as you clear it. When being passed by another vessel, maintain speed and direction
so that the passing vessel can clear.
In other circumstances, when preparing to go around a bend on a body of water, sound a prolonged
blast on a whistle for four (4) to six (6) seconds. Regardless of whether you hear a response, proceed
with caution.
Under normal operation situations, stationary fishing and sailing boats (stationary or moving) are
given the right of way.
Always learn about and pay attention to buoys and other markers. The Uniform State Waterway
Marker System has been devised for interior waterways in the United States. Markings may vary by
geographic location. Always consult appropriate authorities before using the power board in unfamiliar
waters.
SAFE OPERATION ON THE WATER
Laws, rules, regulations and enforcement have been developed in North America and around the
world to ensure safe and proper operation of all watercraft. It is the responsibility of the owner and/
or operator to familiarize himself or herself with all applicable ordinances on the body of water upon
which the JetSurf™ power board will be operated. For operators in the United States, refer to the
website*: www.uscg.boating.org
In Canada, refer to the website**: www.tc.gc.ca/eng/marinesafety/menu.htm
Other countries have their own laws or participate in international rules. Always verify markings and
rules as they apply to any body of water on which operations will be conducted.
GENERAL PRUDENTIAL RULE
Rule 2 in the International Rules says, “In obeying and construing these rules due regard shall be
had to all dangers of navigation and collision, and to any special circumstances, which may
render a departure from the above rules necessary in order to avoid immediate danger.”
GENERAL EXPECTATIONS
Always use common sense when encountering other vessels. The power board is considered a powered
watercraft and will be expected to give-way to non-powered vessels that have less manoeuvrability.
The vessel that does not has the duty to take proper and timely action to sta out of the way of
the stand-on vessel. Normally, the give-way vessel should not cross in front of the stand-on vessel.
Always move in such a way that the stand-on operator can see the operation.
When encountering other powered vessels, there are three (3) main situations that could require
avoiding a collision:
- Meeting (approaching another vessel head on);
- Crossing (travelling across the other vessel’s path);
- Overtaking (passing or being passed by another vessel).
When meeting another vessel head on with the risk of collision, neither has right of way. Both vessels
must alter course to avoid an accident. Keep the other vessel on the port (left) side unless it is possible
to clear each other by maintaining course.
When two (2) power-driven vessels cross paths with risk of collision, the vessel that views the crossing
vessel to the starboard (right) side must give way.
MEETING
When two boats are approaching
each other on the water, one has
the righta-way and is designated the
“stand-on” vessel. The other boat
must yield or give way and is designated
the “give-way” vessel.
In illustration A, you are the JetSurf™
in the center. You are required to
yield to any vessel shown in the
white area (you are the “give-way”
vessel). Any vessels shown in the
shaded area must yield to you(you
are the “stand-on” vessel). If both
of you are heading directly toward
one another, illustration B, you both
must give way. You should turn right
to keep the approaching vessel to
your left or port side. This rule does
not apply if both vessels will be clear
of each other if you continue on
your set course and speed.
* It applies to the USA; ** It applies to Canada
SAFETY MATTERS SAFETY MATTERS
A
B
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OVERTAKING
If you are passing another vessel, you are the “give-way” vessel.
The other vessel is expected to maintain its course and speed and you are required to stay
out of its way until you are clear of it. If another vessel is passing you, you should maintain
your course and speed so that the overtaking vessel can steer safely around you.
CROSSING
If you and another vessel are
crossing paths close enough to risk
a collision and the other vessel is
on your right (starboard) side, you
must yield or stay out of its way.
If the other vessel is on your left
(port) side, you must maintain your
course and speed, as long as the
other vessel yields the right-a-way
to you, as it is required.
JetSurf™ cannot anticipate every circumstance that can occur in operating the power
board. The information provided is general in nature and may not apply to the location
in which you will be operating the power board. Always perform due diligence in preparation
and planning for all outings, with particular attention to doing so in the safest
manner possible.
SAFETY MATTERS SPECIFICATIONS
|3| SPECIFICATION
Engine (Propulsion Unit) Two-stroke, horizontal, single-cylinder engine,
developed for JetSurf™ exclusively.
Cylinder volume: 90 cc Ultra Sport , Factory GP100, Race;
100 cc Race Titanium
Compression ratio: 11:1
Engine operational range: 6,700-7,700 RPM
Max Speed: 48 km/h (30 mph) Ultra Sport
55 km/h (34 mph) Factory GP
58 km/h (36 mph) Race
60 km/h (37 mph) Race Titanium
Electronic Controller: Automatic electronic control unit with auto start/stop
Battery: Li-lon 34,6 Wh (3,2 Ah); nominal voltage 10,8 V;
max. charging voltage is 12,6 V
Cooling: Water cooled
Starter: Electric starter
Spark Plug: NGK BP7HS
Lubrication system: Premixed fuel and oil. Fuel mixing ratio (fuel to oil) 50:1
Gasoline: Minimum octane rating (RON) 95, unleaded
Oil: MOTOREX OCEAN FS 2T BIO; or oils meeting these standards:
NMMA TC-W3, API TC, ISO-L-EGD: JASO FD/FC; TSI
Crussing range: At full throttle 0,66 hours
Category* D
Passenger capacity: One operator
Max Rider weight (kg): 100
Manufacturer: MSR Engines s.r.o.
* – EU DIRECTIVE 94/25/EC – The definition of Boat Design Category D:
“D. Sheltered waters — Designed for voyages on sheltered coastal waters, small bays, small lakes, rivers and canals when
conditions up to, and including, wind force 4 and significant wave heights up to, and including, 0,3 m may be experienced,
with occasional waves of 0,5 m maximum height, for example from passing vessels.”
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SPECIFICATIONS SPECIFICATIONS
MODEL FACTORY GP
Dimensions: 1800mm/70.87 inches
Width: 600mm/23.62 inches
Height: 150mm/5.91 inches
Weight: 19,5 kilograms/43 pounds
Maximum Load: 100 kilograms/220 pounds
Fuel Capacity: 2.8 liters/0.74 gallons
Power: 7,6 kW
MODEL ULTRA SPORT
Dimensions: 1800mm/70.87 inches
Width: 600mm/23.62 inches
Height: 150mm/5.91 inches
Weight: 19,5 kilograms/43 pounds
Maximum Load: 100 kilograms/220 pounds
Fuel Capacity: 2.8 liters/0.74 gallons
Power: 7,6 kW
MODEL FACTORY GP
MODEL ULTRA SPORT
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MODEL RACE
Dimensions: 1800mm/70.87 inches
Width: 600mm/23.62 inches
Height: 150mm/5.91 inches
Weight: 18,5 kilograms/40.8 pounds
Maximum Load: 100 kilograms/220 pounds
Fuel Capacity: 2.8 liters/0.74 gallons
Power: 7,6 kW
MODEL RACE TITANIUM
Dimensions: 1800mm/70.87 inches
Width: 600mm/23.62 inches
Height: 150mm/5.91 inches
Weight: 18,5 kilograms/40.8 pounds
Maximum Load: 100 kilograms/220 pounds
Fuel Capacity: 2.8 liters/0.74 gallons
Power: 9,6 kW
All the models are ONLY intended for racing purposes.
SPECIFICATIONS SPECIFICATIONS
MODEL RACE
MODEL RACE TITANIUM
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Engine shut-off key
S (17-18cm)
M (18-19cm)
L (19-20cm)
XL (20-21cm) ACCESSORIES
Charger
Stand
DESCRIPTION OF PARTS DESCRIPTION OF PARTS
Control
Throttle cable cord Handle
Snorkel
Pad
Strap
Engine compartment
hood
Side fin (incl. screws)
remove for transport
Main fin
remove for transport
Hood latch
Grip
Stand
Main fin
Side fin
Mounting tool for testing Set of tools
sparks from the spark
plug
Board bag
|3| DESCRIPTION OF PARTS
Base
Each model has different
accessory!
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Carburettor
EXHAUST 43.2, including
a small container
(single-way valve)
Jet pump
Engine starter Fuel tank
Engine
MSR 50.2 HTX
Ignition coil
Ignition control unit (ICU)
(without a coil)
Electric bilge pump
Vacuum bilge pump
DESCRIPTION OF PARTS
Engine cooling system output nozzle
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DESCRIPTION OF PARTS
Spark Plug
Boot holder
(Safety spring)
Exhaust cooling system
output nozzle Drain Valve
Drain Tube
Freewheel
Main Gear Countershaft Gear
Cable to the engine starter
Timing sensor (Hall probe)
FUEL
ENGINE STARTER
CARBURETTOR
ENGINE 50.2 HXT
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have planned to spend on water. If you do not have enough fuel in the tank, your motorized
power board might run out of fuel and you can get stuck far from the coast or bank. It is in
responsibility of the user to prevent such situations. A low fuel level may also influence the operation.
As a result of moving on the water surface, the fuel may flow from side to side in the fuel
tank which can lead to uneven fuel distribution into the engine misses. If necessary, always return
to land and top up the fuel.
– On such an occasional also check whether there is not water or fragments in the tank. Water
stays on surface and leaking of water into the tank suggests a problem which has to be solved.
Water in the fuel system may cause that the engine will run badly or not at all. Remove the water
and destroyed petrol and oil mixture properly and then ask your JetSurf™ sales representative
for help in order to find the reason why the water leaked into the tank if it is not an obvious and
easily rectifiable cause.
– If it is clear that there are fragments in the fuel tank, do not start the operation of the motorized
power board. The fractions might block the fuel system and cause failure of the engine and the
user may get stuck far from land. Before starting again, it is important to find out how the fragments
got into the fuel system.
– If you find an obvious damage or leak of the fuel tank or fuel system, DO NOT START
THE ENGINE! Immediately call the authorised sales representative and service of JetSurf™ to
assess the fault. Leaking fuel may cause serious damage to the environment and it could be a
potential dangerous situation for people and assets.
Petrol is extremely inflammable and highly explosive. Never smoke or
handle fire within fifty (50) feet / fifteen (15) metres from the fuel area
when topping up fuel. Avoid spilling the fuel. If spilt, dry the fuel with
cloth and dispose of it on land. Never start the engine when you can see
or smell fuel, as vapours can be more explosive than liquid fuel.
If fuel can be seen during the operation, switch the engine off immediately
and find assistance as soon as you get to land. Have the engine and
the fuel system repaired by an authorised JetSurf™ seller before restarting
the operation.
FUEL TANK
Use lead-free car petrol
with the octane number
95 or higher mixed in the
proportion of fifty (50)
parts of fuel to one (1)
part of MOTOREX OCEAN FS 2T BIO; or
oil meeting these standards: NMMA TCW3,
API TC, ISO-L-EGD: JASO FD/FC; TSI.
Bad mixing or use of petrol/oil other
than the prescribed one may lead to the
engine damage. These cases cannot be
covered with the guarantee.
Fuel system consists of the fuel tank, a fuel
filter (can be placed inside of fuel tank), fuel
hoses and a carburetor. JetSurf™ has venting
hose which leads from fuel tank up to the air intake in front part of the board.
In the newer models, the fuel tank can be removed easily by releasing clips (couplings) in the fuel
route which are situated near the carburettor. (See the instructions specified below in the user manual
where you can find complete instructions how to remove the fuel tank correctly).
Using of the correct petrol and oil mixture is crucial for ensuring long-term use of the motorized
power board. Using of petrol with an incorrect octane number or oil not meeting the specifications
may result in permanent damage to the fuel system and/or the engine which is not covered with the
guarantee. Apart from the above specified, please observe the following measures:
– MOTOREX OCEAN FS 2T BIO oil can be replaced with a quality fully synthetic oil intended for racing
two-stroke engines meeting the standards NMMA TC-W3, API TC, ISO-L-EGD: JASO FD/FC; TSI.
– Never use cheap oil intended for garden machinery or similar mechanical devices.
– DO NOT USE synthetic oils intended for use in the engines fuelled by methanol (castor oil)
– Fuel is to be stored only in containers intended for that purpose. Such fuel containers must have
D.O.T. approval or CE (for Europe) – specified on the device.
– DO NOT USE mixed fuel older than sixty (60) days.
– If it is necessary to remove the fuel from the fuel tank, perform it in a well ventilated area and
dispose of it on land. Observe the safety instructions specified in this part of the user manual.
Handling of fuel or fuel vapours requires full concentration and correct procedures.
– Never try to suck the petrol up with your mouth. If you swallow some petrol, inhale its vapours or
if it gets into your eyes, consult a physician immediately. If petrol gets in contact with your skin,
wash the affected place with soap and water. If petrol gets onto your clothes, take them off and
let them dry. Wash the clothes after proper drying.
– Check the fuel tank before every ride to make sure that you have enough fuel for the time you
DESCRIPTION OF PARTS DESCRIPTION OF PARTS
fuel filter
NOTICE
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3) Undo the velcro on the tank – F I G U R E 3 .
4) Move the tank out upwards – F I G U R E 4 .
FUEL TOP-UP
Observe all the safety instructions specified in this manual.
NEVER add fuel into the tank which is inside the JetSurf™. Before adding
fuel, ALWAYS take the tank out.
FUEL MIXING
Make sure that petrol and oil are mixed properly in the correct proportion.
If the proportion is not observed, the engine may get damaged.
FUEL TANK REMOVAL
Observe all the safety instructions specified in this manual.
1) Disconnect the first CPC coupling connecting the tube coming out of the tank and the blue tube
going into the snorkel – F I G U R E 1. The CPC coupling has a security clip which must be pressed
when disconnected.
2) Disconnect the second CPC coupling connecting the tube coming out of the tank to the tube going
to the carburettor – F I G U R E 2 . The CPC coupling has a security clip which must be pressed when
disconnected.
FFIIGGUURREE 11 FFIIGGUURREE 22
FFIIGGUURREE 13 FFIIGGUURREE 24
DESCRIPTION OF PARTS DESCRIPTION OF PARTS
PETROL TO OIL
MIXTURE
50 parts of
petrol
1 part of oil
Example:
To 1 litre of petrol
add 0.02 l (20 ml) of oil
To 2 litres of petrol
add 0.04 l (40 ml) of oil
WARNING
50 : 1
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CONTROL HANDLE
The engine shut-off key
must be attached to the
rider’s wrist during the
operation. If the rider falls
off or is pushed off the
motorized power board, the key will be
pulled out of the engine shut-off switch
and the engine will switch off automatically.
It will quickly stop the forward
movement of the power board, which
not only enables the rider to return to
the power board but it also prevents the
motorized power board to continue its
forward movement, which might lead to
its damage, damage to other vessels in its surroundings or injuring any people, including the rider.
The motorized power board is supplied with the control handle which controls the engine output.
The handle is supplied together with the engine shut-off key which is used for the power board activation
and starting.
It comprises of:
- Engine shut-off switch ( m a r k e d 1 ) ;
- Throttle trigger ( m a r k e d 2 ) ;
- Engine shut-off key ( m a r k e d 3 ) ;
- Connector to the ICU ( m a r k e d 4 ) ; and
- Throttle cable ( m a r k e d 5 ) .
The engine shut-off key must be attached safely around the rider’s wrist using a paracord wristband
on the hand in which the rider holds the handle. If the key is pulled out of the engine shut-off switch
(e.g. when the rider falls from the board), the engine will stop immediately. It protects the rider as well
as any other riders/vessels in the surroundings.
As specified above, the throttle trigger is situated on the handle, at the end of the throttle cable. JetSurf™ recommends
controlling the throttle with your index finger. You can control the throttle cable by means of the
throttle trigger. When the throttle trigger is pressed, you let more fuel in, when it is released, you let less fuel in.
.
EXHAUST
Carbon monoxide (CO) is a side
product of the petrol and petroleum-
based oil mixture in the combustion
engine. It is not possible to
neglect exposure to even a small
amount of CO as CO is released from
the bloodstream very slowly. CO enters
the body through lungs and replaces
oxygen in the bloodstream.
Physical activity increases the speed
with which CO is absorbed in the
body. Potential CO poisoning victims
should get first aid immediately.
Use only the exhaust system installed by the manufacturer. Replacing of the required exhaust system
may result in the engine damage or engine output decrease. The damage caused by using of
another system will not be covered with the guarantee.
Besides that it is necessary for the users to ensure sufficient cooling of the exhaust system during
the operation. It means that the motorized power board must be immersed in water. Running engine
longer than 10 seconds outside of the water can result in damage which is not covered with the
guarantee and damage of the exhaust system and other engine components.
Even though the JetSurf™ engine produces much fewer side products during combustion than boat
engines, exhaust fumes are still generated when the engine is running. These fumes are released by
means of the exhaust system under the motorized power board where the carbon monoxide (CO)
emissions are produced. Therefore it is necessary to run the engine only when the power board is
on water as the fumes will dissolve faster and carbon monoxide resorption will be less probable.
Before every operation check whether the exhaust system has been installed completely and correctly.
2
1
3
4
5
DESCRIPTION OF PARTS DESCRIPTION OF PARTS
CAUTION
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It is ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY for the rider to release the control handle
when he/she loses full control over the board or his/her balance. By pulling
the engine shut-off key from the engine shut-off switch you will stop
the engine immediately - F I G U R E 1 a n d 2 . NOT PULLING THE ENGINE
SHUT-OFF KEY FROM THE ENGINE SHUT-OFF SWITCH MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS
INJURY OR DEATH.
JetSurf™ strongly recommends keeping the throttle cable so long that no
loops, folds or kinks could be formed on it. The throttle cable should be
curved gently in the “S” shape in order to prevent damage to electrical
contacts of the throttle cable all the time. Shortening of the throttle cable
cord may result in failure of the mechanism of automatic switch-off and
lead to serious injury or death.
The point in which the control handle cord is connected to the throttle
cable cord should not be changed or moved - F I G U R E 3 a n d 4 . If the
knot is moved in such a way that the angle under which the control handle
is used gets changed significantly, it can influence the normal use of the
control handle and it may result in serious injury or death. Always check
it visually and test the connection of the control handle to the throttle
control cord by pulling the control handle in order to find out whether
there are not any signs of movement.
a
b
IGNITION CONTROL UNIT (ICU)
Never try to remove the boot from the
spark plug when the ignition control
unit (ICU) is connected and in operation
(LED diode is off and is not flashing).
Never try to charge the ignition control
unit (ICU) using another charger different
from the one specified by JetSurf™.
Permanent damage is not covered by
the guarantee.
NEVER leave the engine shut-off key inside engine shut-off switch longer than 30 seconds
if you are not going to continue in your ride. Leaving the engine shut-off key inside handle
for longer period of time (ie over night or when transporting the board) can lead to complete
discharge and non-reversible damage to batteries.
The motorized power board JetSurf™ is equipped with an ignition control unit (ICU). DO NOT USE
any other ignition control unit (ICU), than the one specified and supplied by the manufacturer for the
engine operation.
You must never come in contact with the spark plug during the operation or when the motorized
power board is in water.
The internal battery situated in the ignition control unit (ICU) MUST BE CHARGED BEFORE EVERY
RIDE AND/OR DURING THE RIDES EXCEEDING THE TIME FOR WHICH THE BATTERY CAN STAY
CHARGED. It is necessary to take the motorized power board out of water, dry it out and make the ignition
control unit (ICU) accessible for charging. ONLY use the charger supplied by the manufacturer.
Using of a different charger may result in permanent damage which is not covered by the guarantee.
Electronic control elements are divided into three (3) parts:
– Ignition control unit (ICU) with internal batteries;
– Ignition coil;
– Engine starter.
F I G U R E 1
F I G U R E 3
F I G U R E 2
F I G U R E 4 a = b
DESCRIPTION OF PARTS DESCRIPTION OF PARTS
WARNING
NOTICE
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The ignition control unit (ICU) is connected with the other components using these cables.
The numbers of the positions in the table correspond to the numbers in the following figure:
Position
Connector type Connector colour Device
1 2-pin female Yellow (+), black (-) Electric bilge pump
2 2-pin male Orange (+), black (-) Ignition coil
3 2-pin male Red (+), black (-) Starter
4 4-pin female Red, white, blue, black Charging
5 2-pin female Red (+), black (-) Control handle
6 3-pin Red (+), black (-), white (sig) Timing sensor
7 Cable eye Black with the yellow and
green end
Ground cable
The electronic ignition system has six basic states:
– POWER OFF, – RIDE,
– POWER ON (ICU DIAGNOSTICS), – ENGINE CLEARING,
– IDLE (INITIAL STATE), – FAULT.
These states are signalised with a two-colour LED situated on the front of ICU between the conductor
bundles.
POWER OFF
In this state the ICU is switched off. The LED is not lit or flashing. The ICU switch-on or engine cleaning
is expected.
POWER ON
You will get into this state from the POWER OFF
state by inserting the engine shut-off key in the
engine shut-off switch on the handle. If the electric
bilge pump is switched on, the battery test is
performed and it waits for the key to be pulled out
of the handle. If the battery voltage is assessed as
low, the unit switches over to the FAULT state (it
signals the fault using the LED and then it switches
over to the POWER OFF state). If the ICU voltage
is sufficient for further operation, it is expected
that the key will be pulled out of the handle within
thirty seconds after its inserting. If the key remains
in the handle holder longer than 30 seconds, the
ICU will get into the state FAULT which is signalled
by means of the LED. This fault is signalled until
the key is pulled out of the handle holder, then it
will get to the state POWER OFF.
If the key was pulled out within the time limit of 30 seconds, the control unit gets to the state IDLE
(INITIAL STATE) which is signalled by the LED blinking orange.
IDLE
In the IDLE state (INITIAL STATE), the ICU will switch off both the starter and ignition, the LED slowly
flashes orange. It remains in this state until 5 minutes expires from the moment when the engine
shut-off key was last inserted in the handle or until a request for the engine start is made by inserting
the key in the handle. If the key is not been inserted in the handle for longer than 5 minutes from the
moment when it was inserted last, the ICU gets into the state POWER OFF.
If the key is inserted within 5 minutes from the moment when it was inserted last, the unit will wait
3 seconds and then it gets through the state STARTER (when the electric starter of the combustion
engine and ignition is activated) to the state RIDE.
If the ICU stays in the state IDLE, the water is sucked periodically by means of an electric bilge pump.
5
7
4 3
6
2 1
LED
F I G U R E 1
DESCRIPTION OF PARTS DESCRIPTION OF PARTS
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RIDE
To the state RIDE you will get from the state IDLE, the starter switches off after the pre-set time. The
LED flashes green fast. If you did not manage to start the combustion engine, pull the engine shut-off
key from the handle and repeat the procedure (the ICU will get to the state IDLE). We recommend
repeating the start maximum three times. (If you still did not manage to start the combustion engine,
it means that the engine either has run out of fuel or it is full of fuel or water (it is necessary to check
the engine and possibly clean it), the problem may also be in the timing sensor (spark control).
If the combustion engine is running, from the state RIDE you will get to the state IDLE by pulling the
engine shut-off key or you will get to the state FAULT if the voltage on the battery reaches the critical
minimum voltage (there is no usable power in the battery).
ENGINE CLEANING
The state of ENGINE CLEANING is activated anytime when the engine shut-off key is placed on the ICU
to the position of the wheel with the text CLEANING/
OFF. The starter is switched on (ignition is off),
the LED flashes orange fast. This function is used
for removal of water or excess fuel from the engine
or for sucking fuel from the tank to the carburettor.
Cleaning is finished by removing of the engine
shut-off key from the ICU.
By placing the key on the cleaning position
(the wheel with the text CLEANING/OFF) will also
force the ICU to switch off immediately and it will
then get to the state POWER OFF.
FAULT
All the faults are signalled with the red flashing LED on the front of the ICU. To this state the ICU can
get either from the state:
- POWER OFF - the starting procedure was not followed (inserting of the engine shut-off key and
after the LED and bilge pump signalling, the key was not pulled out of the handle,
- POWER ON (ICU DIAGNOSTICS) – low voltage on the battery,
- POWER ON (ICU DIAGNOSTICS) – blocked electric bilge pump, the fault is signalled but it is
possible to continue the ride, but the electric bilge pump will be switched off until the ICU restart,
- STARTER – during the combustion engine starting, there was a significant decrease of voltage
in the battery,
- RIDE – during the ride there was a decrease of the battery voltage below the reversible minimum
value,
- IDLE (INITIAL STATE), the time limit of five minutes from the moment when the key was last
inserted in the handle has elapsed.
If the engine shut-off key is pulled out, all the error codes are always signalled three times.
If the key is in the handle, signalling of the error code is repeated until the key is pulled out.
SIGNALLING OF IGNITION CONTROL UNIT (ICU) FAULTS
The LED is lit The LED is not lit
Course of signalling
Fault type/cause
When the engine shut-off key was inserted in the handle for the first time, it stayed
in the handle for longer than 30 seconds.
How to repair it Pull the key out.
Course of signalling
Fault type/cause Low battery – it can be caused by a short circuit of the starter or flat battery.
How to repair it
Charge the battery.
Starter replacement – if the batteries are charged and the starter turns slowly.
Course of signalling
Fault type/cause
Fault of electric bilge pump – a short circuit of the pump has been detected but the
ignition works normally after that.
How to repair it Check the conductor to the pump, clean the pump or replace it.
Course of signalling
Fault type/cause
Fault of excessive use of the starter – there have been 10 starts without the engine
getting started, this signalling will last 2 minutes.
How to repair it Wait for 2 minutes.
Course of signalling
When the ignition control unit (ICU) is switched off, it switches off automatically after 5 minutes of idleness.
DESCRIPTION OF PARTS DESCRIPTION OF PARTS
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Careful, the time when
the key is in the engine
shut-off switch must not
exceed 30 seconds!!!
This function is used when it is necessary to get water or
excessive fuel out of the engine. This function can also be
used if the rider tries to flood the carburettor before riding.
DESCRIPTION OF PARTS
– engine shut-off key
+ engine shut-off key
Engine shut-off
key placed in
circle, labeled
CLEANING/OFF,
on ICU
Engine shut-off
key removed
from ICU
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CHARGING OF THE IGNITION CONTROL UNIT (ICU) BATTERY
When batteries are being charged, tiny electric charges and potentially
also sparks may be generated. Never charge the batteries when there is
petrol or its vapours present as an electric discharge could cause an explosion,
which may result in serious injury or death.
The batteries power the electronic system of the motorized power board.
Correct handling of batteries, mainly when they are being charged up,
plays a crucial role for their safe use. Follow the provided instructions concerning
the use of the batteries and handling them. The failure to observe
these instructions may result in serious injury or death.
The control unit (ICU), starter and the electric bilge pump are powered from six (6) Li-Ion batteries
situated inside the control unit (ICU). In order to protect all the persons in the surroundings as well as
the user who is charging the batteries, please pay attention to these important steps:
– NEVER charge the batteries when the engine is in operation.
– NEVER charge the batteries when the ignition control unit (ICU) is ON
and the LED is flashing.
– NEVER charge the batteries when the engine of the motorized power
board is in water.
– ALWAYS wipe the charger connector dry and prevent any water from getting
into the charger connector.
– NEVER use the charger if the power cable is damaged mechanically
or oxidised.
– NEVER use a different charger other than the one specified by JetSurf™.
– ALWAYS put the charging connector cover back after charging.
– When charging, do not leave the charger unattended and do not expose it
to direct sun or at least cover it so that it could cool down
– Follow the manual supplied with the charger.
HOW TO CHARGE BATTERIES USING A CHARGER
The charger is supplied in a protective cover. When charging, you do not have to take the charger out
of the cover, it is adapted to charging.
1) Disconnect the 4-pin connector (red, white, blue and black),
which is attached to the cover of the connector placed on a metal
or rubber wire on the ICU fixture. When disconnecting, the cover
should be down and the charger connector up – F I G U R E 1
a n d 2 . You will thus prevent dampness getting into the charger
connector. Before connecting the charger, check the connector
and dry it if necessary.
2) Connect the charger to a 12 V socket in the car or to a 110/220 V
power cable.
Never charge the batteries while the car is moving as there is a danger
of damage to both the charger and the ignition control unit (ICU).
3) Connect the charger to the charging connector on the control
unit (ICU) – F I G U R E 3 a n d 4 . Never disconnect the charger
when charging from the ICU!!!
4) When the charger is connected to the ICU, charging options
will be displayed on the touch screen – F I G U R E 5 . The default
setting by the JetSurf manufacturer is charging of Li-Po batteries
which are charged in the same way as Li-Ion batteries in the ICU.
Select one of the charging modes on the display (the parameters of
the individual modes are preset by the manufacturer).
MODE1: BAL. CHARGE – it is intended for charging after the last
ride of the day. Select this mode when charging JetSurf for the first
time. Check the default parameters preset by the manufacturer
displayed on the screen – F I G U R E 6 a .
MODE2: CHARGE – it is intended for charging between the individual
rides. Check the default parameters preset by the manufacturer
displayed on the screen – F I G U R E 6 b .
MODE3: STORAGE – it is intended for charging for storage. Check
the default parameters preset by the manufacturer displayed on
the screen – F I G U R E 6 c .
MODE4: DISCHARGE – discharging, this mode is not used for JetSurfTM.
DESCRIPTION OF PARTS DESCRIPTION OF PARTS
NOTICE
F I G U R E 1 F I G U R E 2
F I G U R E 3 F I G U R E 4
F I G U R E 6 b
F I G U R E 6 a
F I G U R E 6 c
F I G U R E 5
WARNING
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5) When a mode has been selected, press the green button
START. The charger will beep and the battery charging will start.
The charging progress is displayed on the screen – F I G U R E 7 .
If the battery is not connected or it is connected incorrectly or
if there is any other problem, an error message “CONNECTION
BREAK” will be displayed on the screen and the charger will
start beeping. Press START when asked to do so.
T I P : When the CELL button is pressed (F I G U R E 7 ), the display
will show the level of the individual cells – F I G U R E 8 .
7) When the battery is fully charged up, the display will read
Li-Po END and the charger will beep twice.
8) The STOP button will finish the charging process.
9) Disconnect the charging connector from the charger and
put the connector cover on the charging connector on the ignition
control unit (ICU) connected to the engine.
10) Disconnect the charger from the source.
Fully charge batteries last approximately two (2) to four (4)
rides depending on the style of riding.
N o t e : We recommend charging batteries continuously (for example when you have a break between
the individual rides). Repeated short charging cycles do not affect the battery life. HOWEVER,
IN THE FIRST 5 CYCLES IT IS ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY TO CHARGE THE BATTERY TO ITS FULL
CAPACITY AND AVOID RAPID DISCHARGING TO THE MINIMUM LEVEL.
ALWAYS CHARGE THE BATTERIES BEFORE AND AFTER THE RIDE. AFTER TE RIDE, DO NOT
LEAVE THE BATTERIES FLAT. CHARGE THEM TO MINIMUM 50 % OF THE CAPACITY.
In winter or when not using JetSurfTM, it is necessary to charge the batteries in the ICU minimum once
in every 3 months.
BRIEF OUTLINE OF BATTERY CHARGING
MODE1: BAL. CHARGE Mode intended for charging after the last ride
of the day rides and WHEN JETSURFTM IS
CHARGED FOR THE FIRST TIME
MODE2: CHARGE Mode intended for charging between
the individual
MODE3: STORAGE Mode intended for charging the JetSurfTM
for storage
ENGINE STARTER
Please be aware that excessive use of the
starter may results in its overheating and
damage. IF THE ENGINE DOES NOT START
AFTER 5 ATTEMPTS, LET THE STARTER COOL
DOWN BEFORE TRYING AGAIN.
The same also applies to the situations when there is water in the engine. If the engine
starter does not run and the engine does not start correctly, stop trying to start it immediately
and perform the engine cleaning procedure according to the instructions on PAGE
66 of this user manual.
Starting of combustion engine with water inside the cylinder (drown engine) leads to
DESTRUCTION of starter and excessive use of ICU used for these starts distinctly lowers
lifespan of batteries. NEVER START JETSURF IF YOU HAVE DROWNED ENGINE.
DESCRIPTION OF PARTS DESCRIPTION OF PARTS
WARNING
F I G U R E 7
F I G U R E 8
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2
3
1
back nut
diffuser
PROCEDURE OF FREEWHEEL SETTING
Required tools: Allen key 2.5 (spanner No 8 for the back nut)
N o t e 1 : Freewheel screw – p o s i t i o n 1 – it is secured with a back nut from below. If you adjust
the freewheel, FIRST LOOSEN THIS NUT. When the freewheel has been set, retighten it.
The freewheel must be set at the operating speed of the engine (the engine should be running for
some time).
The screw for setting the freewheel revolutions ( p o s i t i o n 1 ) is set by the manufacturer in such
a way that the engine keeps running for a while by itself when started on land (without requiring any
throttle control).
If the engine stops by itself, it is necessary to tighten the freewheel screw ( p o s i t i o n 1 ) to the right
by half a turn. Tightening can be repeated as required.
If the engine revolutions are too high (it does not switch off in the freewheel), the freewheel screw has
to be loosened by turning to the left.
N o t e 2 : When setting the freewheel, also check both extreme positions of the throttle shaft control.
Step 1: If the throttle trigger on the control handle is in the extreme position (pressed), the throttle
shaft control must be in position A – F I G U R E 1 . Step 2: If the throttle trigger is in the other extreme
position (released), the throttle shaft control must be in position B – F I G U R E 2 .
CARBURETTOR
CARBURETOR ADJUSTMENTS
Replacement or repair of any emission related component must
be executed in a manner that maintains emission levels within
the prescribed certification standards.
JetSurf motorized surfboards are certified to the United States
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as conforming to the
requirements of the regulations for the control of air pollution
from new watercraft engines. This certification is contingent on
certain adjustments being set to factory standards. §1068.101(b)
(1) prohibits tampering, removal or rendering inoperative any device installed onto the engine in
compliance with EPA regulations prior to sale and delivery to, as well as after the sale to, the ultimate
purchaser of the product.
Dealers are not to modify the engine in any manner that would alter the horsepower or allow emission
levels to exceed their predetermined factory specifications.
Tamper proof provisions: The carburetor is equipped with tamper proof screws – see below. For
changing the adjustment the special tool is required (custom design). There is also applied glue on
the screw to prevent adjustment by the pliers for example. When the glue is broken, it is a proof of
unauthorized settings.
IF THE CARBURETTOR SETTING IS INTERFERED WITH BY A PERSON WITHOUT
THE REQUIRED TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE, IT CAN RESULT IN POOR
ENGINE OPERATION AND ITS DAMAGE.
The carburettor is a vital part of the engine
and it requires highly sophisticated
adjustments.
The carburettor has three basic adjusting
screws:
1 – A screw for adjusting the freewheel revolutions
(a freewheel screw)
2 – A screw of the freewheel jet L
3 – A screw of the main jet H
Screw adjustment – p o s i t i o n s 2 a n d 3
are ALWAYS to be left to the seller.
F I G U R E 1 F I G U R E 2
throttle
shaft
control
A B
DESCRIPTION OF PARTS DESCRIPTION OF PARTS
NOTICE
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ELECTRIC AND VACUUM BILGE PUMP
Please check the function of the bilge
pumps before every ride.
Keep the suction filters clean.
DESCRIPTION OF PARTS DESCRIPTION OF PARTS
WARNING
filter filter
filter
ELECTRIC BILGE PUMP FOR
MODELS FACTORY GP AND
ULTRA SPORT
VACUUM BILGE PUMP FOR
MODELS FACTORY GP AND
ULTRA SPORT
ELECTRIC AND VACUUM BILGE PUMP
FOR MODELS RACE AND RACE
TITANIUM
2
1
3
4
5
1 – Starter cable
2 – Timing sensor
3 – Drain valve
4 – Drain tube
5 – Freewheel
STARTER CARBURETTOR
ENGINE 50.2 HXT
ENGINE
Petrol is extremely inflammable and highly explosive. Never smoke or
handle fire within fifty (50) feet / fifteen (15) metres from the fuel area
when topping up fuel. Avoid spilling the fuel. If spilt, dry the fuel with
cloth and dispose of it on land. Never start the engine when you can
see or smell fuel as vapours can be more explosive than liquid fuel. If
fuel is seen during the operation, switch the engine off immediately and
seek assistance as soon as you get to land. Have the engine and the fuel
system repaired by an authorised JetSurf™ seller before restarting the
operation.
Fuel must always be transported only in canisters approved by the D.O.T.
organisation or CE (Europe). Transporting fuel in the fuel tank or in the
engine may result in damage or injury. Fuel vapours are even more unstable,
explosive and generally more dangerous than liquid fuel.
Never try to open the spark plug boot when the ignition control unit
(ICU) is connected and in operation (the LED must not be lit or flashing
on the ICU). The boot is under high voltage. A contact with it can result
in serious injury or death.
WARNING
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FINS
Every JetSurf is supplied with 3 fins - two (2) side ones (small) and one (1) main one (big)..
FASTENING OF SIDE (SMALL) FINS
First unscrew the long screw which is screwed in the fin. Slide the side fin into the opening in the
bottom side of the board. Make sure that the fins are oriented correctly – F I G U R E 1 . Find the
opening in the top side of the power board (it is situated nearby the straps, above the fin). Insert the
long screw you have screwed out of the side fin into the opening – F I G U R E 2 . Fasten the fin
using a cross-head screwdriver PH 2x100 (supplied with the tools). TIGHTEN GENTLY. Please check
whether the fin is tightened up, the fin should not move..
MAIN FIN FASTENING
Attach the main fin from the bottom side of the
power board and attach it with 8 hex-socket
screws M6x8 mm. Tighten the screws in the
criss-cross pattern. When using a two-part fin,
you can dismantle only the spike (4 hex-socket
screws M6x8) and leave the platform attached
to the power board. The tightening key is including
in the tools supplied with the JetSurf.
Check the correct orientation of the fin – F I G -
U R E 3 .
RIDE RIDE
|5| RIDE
BEFORE YOU START
Before your first ride without being supervised by a sales person or a technician of JetSurf, please
make sure that you have read and understood the manual supplied together with the power board.
STAND
Every JetSurf™ is supplied with a light stand. The stand should be used on a solid levelled surface and
it is only used to keep the JetSurf motorized power board in a comfortable height. Use of the JetSurf
stand is strongly recommended to keep the JetSurf motorised power board above the ground, it is
intended as an aid for preparation, maintenance and cleaning of the motorized power board.
STAND ERECTION
Place all four rods parallel - F I G U R E 1 . Take the ends of the rods which are farther from the stand
clip and turn them gently clockwise – F I G U R E 2 . Then take the opposite ends of two rods (the side
where the ends of the rods are closer to the stand clip) and pull these ends apart – F I G U R E 3 .
Make sure that the stand is situated on the solid surface and that the power boards rests on the
stand correctly (the engine should be directly above the stand and all four rods of the stand touch
the power board).
POWER BOARD
STERN
F I G U R E 1 F I G U R E 2
F I G U R E 3
F I G U R E 1 F I G U R E 2 F I G U R E 3
base
main fin
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ELECTRIC CONNECTIONS
Before the ride check ALL the electric connections carefully. Pay special attention to the spark plug boot,
correct placement of the feeding cable from the ICU and proper fastening of all the connections. Also
make sure that the cover of charging cable is properly connected when the board is not being charged.
Before the ride, remove the spark plug and check it. Generally, for proper operation of the power
board, Jetsurf recommends changing the spark plug every 6 hours of the ride.
Check whether all the connections are fastened properly by pulling both ends slightly away from
each other. If you are not sure, we recommend disconnecting and reconnecting. The connectors are
equipped with a clip which must be pushed when being disconnected (preferably with thumb) until it
“clicks”. After the clip is released, you can disconnect the connector.
If we want to reconnect the connectors, simply push both ends together until you can hear a click.
CONTROL HANDLE
Check the throttle trigger allowance. If the allowance is incorrect, adjust the throttle cable. Check
several times whether the throttle trigger moves smoothly from the fully open position to the fully
closed position and that it closes quickly and completely by means of a return spring.
If the throttle trigger does not return correctly, check the throttle cable line, cable adjustment and
cable damage.
LUBRICATION
Before the ride it is recommended to lubricate
the engine with a conservation spray, e.g. MOTOREX
INTACT MX 50, mainly before riding in
sea water. Sea water causes corrosion of metal
parts of the engine and if you spray these parts
with a preservation spray, you will decrease the
corrosive effects of sea water.
When lubricating, pay special attention to the
moving parts, such as gears (they are under the
carbon cover), shaft bearing and carburettor
screws.
Generally, spray the whole engine.
Keep all the openings for screws for attaching fins clean, without sand
and other impurities which might damage the thread. After several rides,
lubricate the screw openings with Vaseline to prevent their corrosion.
It is strongly recommended to use all 3 fins under all circumstances. It ensures
the maximum control of the movement of the motorized power board.
We strongly recommend removing all 3 fins when transporting the Jet-
Surf ™ motorized power board. The fins are delicate and are not designed
to support the power board weight on hard surface. Transporting the
power board with the fins attached may result in damage to the fins
and/or power board.
Do not leave the screws of the side fins loose in the board during transporting
the JetSurf™, always pull them out. Similarly we recommend
screwing the screws of the main fin into the board even without the fin.
CHARGING OF THE ICU BATTERY
Before the ride make sure that the battery is fully charged. See the instructions for batter charging
on PAGE 46 of this manual.
STRAPS
All the JetSurf motorized power boards have fully adjustable straps. They can be adjusted by pulling
the loose ends of straps with force or by means of plastic buckles. Make sure that the straps are
comfortable and are not too loose or tight.
FUEL TANK
Make sure that the fuel tank is fastened well using a velcro. A slight sideways movement after applying
force is normal but it must not come into contact with any part of the engine. Pay special attention to the
safe distance between the gear cover and the fuel tank and make sure they cannot come into contact.
TUBES
Check all the connections. Check also all the tubes whether they are not worn or cracked. Check for
cuts, scratches, cracks and bulges. Make sure that the hoses are not kinked or squeezed and that
there is no fuel leak.
CHECK ALL OF THE FOLLOWING:
Fuel tubes
Transparent tube of exhaust cooling
Blue cooling tubes
Drain tube
If a tube is damaged in any way, replace it immediately and check all the other tubes whether they
are not damaged.
Make sure that all the tubes are laid correctly and fastened with clamps at a sufficient distance from
the moving parts and parts with sharp edges.
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NOTICE
CAUTION
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A BRIEF LIST OF TASKS TO BE DONE BEFORE
THE RIDE
Attach the fins (2 side ones and 1 main one) page 55
Set the straps page 56
Charge the batteries in the ICU page 46
Top up the fuel page 35
Check the tubes of the cooling system and all the connections and tubes page 56
Check whether all the connectors are connected page 57
Check the spark plug boot, check the spark plug, check the spark plug boot
holder (safety spring) so that boot can’t get loose while riding
page 71
Check the throttle control and fuel system page 37, 57
Spray thoroughly all the engine parts with MOTOREX INTACT MX 50 oil page 57
Start the engine, check the engine operation and throttle control;
MAXIMUM FOR 10 seconds!!! Otherwise the engine can overheat and
destroy the exhaust system.
page 60
Check the carburettor setting page 50
Check the bilge pumps page 53
START AND FIRST RIDE
SWITCHING ON THE IGNITION CONTROL UNIT (ICU) AND STARTING THE ENGINE
NEVER start the engine in an enclosed area, such as a garage. In such places,
carbon monoxide (CO) fumes may be trapped, which can result in death or
serious injury, as described in the section Safety of this user manual.
Before switching on the ignition control unit (ICU) and starting the engine,
make sure that the engine is FASTENED and that the screws holding
the engine in the holders are TIGHTENED carefully. If the engine is fastened
incorrectly, it can result in a serious damage to the engine and/or
fuel tank as well as the motorized power board. Such damage may lead
to a serious injury or death.
Keep your arms, legs and other body part away from all the jet inlets
when the engine is in operation. It could result in a serious injury.
When starting the JetSurf™, make sure that people (especially children)
are at least 10 meters/33feet away from water-jet pump.
Operation of the motorized power board engine outside water for longer
than 10 seconds can result in permanent damage to the engine and exhaust
system. Such damage is not covered by the guarantee.
DO NOT leave JetSurf™ in direct sunlight or anywhere that would allow
its surface to rise to a temperature in excess of 65°C/149°F. Excessive
temperatures can cause damage to the engine.
Be aware that the JetSurf motorized power boards are not intended or
designed as swimming aids. Do not leave the motorized power board
unattended or in water without the engine running for a longer time,
there is a danger of its sinking.
Before starting, ALWAYS make sure that there is no petrol leaked anywhere
in the engine compartment.
CONTROL HANDLE
It is ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY for the rider to release the control handle
when he/she loses full control of the board or balance during the ride. By
pulling the engine shut-off key from the engine shut-off switch you will stop
the engine immediately. NOT PULLING THE ENGINE SHUT-OFF KEY FROM
THE ENGINE SHUT-OFF SWITCH MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.
PROTECTIVE AIDS
It is necessary to use all the protective aids all the time. They include:
- Helmet
- Life jacket
- Safety leash on the leg or arm
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CAUTION
NOTICE
WARNING
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If our JetSurf™ is ready (the chapter Before start), we can start using it. To check whether the engine
is working and warmed-up, first try the device out of water.
THIS START OUT OF WATER MUST ALWAYS BE PERFORMED BEFORE EVERY RIDE!!!
JETSURF STARTING
N o t e : the starting process has two stages. Read these instructions carefully in order to understand
them completely.
STAGE ONE – ICU activation
1. Insert the engine shut-off key in the engine shut-off switch placed on the upper part of the control handle
for minimum 4 seconds (BUT LONGEST FOR 30 SECONDS!!!), then take the key out. The ignition control unit
(ICU) will switch on and also the other accessories (such as a bilge pump) will be activated. The control unit
activation is optically signalled by the control LED lighting and activation of the electric bilge pump which you
are able to hear (see the chapter Ignition control unit). At this moment, the JetSurf™ is prepared for start.
N o t e : The ICU will stay in this state for 5 minutes from the last time the engine shut-off key was
pulled out of the engine shut-off switch. Then it will switch off automatically and in order to start the
power board you will have to repeat this step.
STAGE TWO – engine start
2. Insert the key in the engine shut-off switch on the control handle for the second time. In the ignition
control unit (ICU), a three-second (3 s) delay has been programmed so that the rider could get
into a safe position and hold tight the grips of the motorized power board before the engine starts.
After this short delay, the engine starter will switch on and start the engine.
N o t e : The running engine can be switched off by pulling the key out of the engine shut-off switch.
WARNING: THE JETSURF STARTS REGARDLESS WHETHER THE THROTTLE IS PRESSED OR NOT.
THE JETSURF THEREFORE STARTS EVEN IF THE USER DOES NOT HOLD THE THROTTLE TRIGGER
ON THE HANDLE.
The Jetsurf is cooled with water and so it can run on land without the water
cooling only for a limited period of time. Otherwise it can get damaged.
Therefore do not leave it started longer than necessary. To warm up the engine,
it is enough to let it run for 3-5 seconds (BUT NO LONGER THAN 10 SECONDS
as it can cause overheating of exhaust system and it‘s destruction.
T I P : To make the first start easier, cover the
air intake of carburetor (diffuser) with your hand
and in the same time accelerate. This will make
the mixture of fuel richer (this procedure replaces
so called choke). With this procedure you can
also prevent knocking which can occur when you
are trying to start JetSurf™ after a long time. In
general, we recommend to use “choke” everytime
that you are trying to start JetSurf after
more than 12 hours.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF STARTING
1. STAGE- ICU activation
Inserting the engine shut-off key in the engine shut-off
switch for 5 seconds
You can hear the electric pump
Pulling the key out The ICU waits for 5 minutes for the key
to be inserted for the second time
2. STAGE - start
Inserting the engine shut-off key in the engine shut-off
switch
After 3 seconds the engine starts
independent of the throttle
During the time when the engine is running, check the engine operation both optically and acoustically.
Check whether the engine acceleration is correct and whether the freewheel has been adjusted correctly.
If the freewheel revolutions are increasing, check the throttle cable line (adjust the freewheel, see
CARBURETTOR on page 50)
WA R N I N G ! If you are not sure how to set the carburettor, contact a sales representative.
WA R N I N G ! The correct engine operation is only checked on the engine when warmed up. After
the very first start, the engine may run irregularly. In such a case repeat the start procedure once or
twice.
The rider prepared to use the JetSurf™ MUST WEAR a life jacket, safety helmet and MUST HAVE the
original JetSurf™ wrist band with the engine shut-off key attached to his/her wrist and it must be
connected with the motorized power board by means of the safety leash.
For sharp start from water it is necessary to find a suitable place where to start riding. First it is necessary
to have a sufficient depth from which we can start safely without damaging the bottom fins of
the vessel. The minimum depth is 50 cm. Keep in mind that after starting the engine, the rear part of
the board may sink by 10-20 cm.
Never start JetSurf™ in swimming areas. Also make sure that you have
sufficient space for manoeuvring, mainly if you are a beginner. The ideal
area is 300x300 m without obstacles and with smooth water surface.
STARTING FROM THE BANK (IN SHALLOW WATER)
In order to speed up the process of starting, we recommend performing of the engine check and
warm-up (the first start stage) on the bank and carrying the started power board to water within 5
minutes where the second stage of starting will be performed.
The following picture – F I G U R E 1 shows the correct position of the rider when starting from
shallow water. The rider holds his/her JetSurf™ with both hands in such a way that with his/her more
dextrous hand he/she is able to hold the vessel and control the throttle trigger at the same time
– F I G U R E 2 . The rider IS STANDING next to the board, NOT LYING on the board. When
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AT T E N T I O N : For comfortable ride and correct functionality of the equipment it is necessary to
hold the throttle for the whole ride. It is not necessary to keep the full speed but when the speed is
not sufficient, the vessel becomes unstable and more difficult to control.
NOTE: After the JetSurf™ gets going, check optically the correct cooling
system operation. From the right side you should see a continuous flow
of water coming out of the cooling system. If you cannot see the water,
stop immediately and check the vessel.
STARTING IN DEEP WATER OR AFTER FALLING DOWN
Starting in deep water happens similar to start
from the bank. If after falling down the rider
manages to insert the engine shut-off key in
the engine shut-off switch within 5 minutes, the
engine will start in 3 seconds (second stage of
starting). THE RIDER DOES NOT GET ON THE
BOARD UNTIL THE ENGINE IS RUNNING. It
is necessary to get hold of the power board, see
FIGURE 1, insert the key and keep the throttle
pressed - F I G U R E 2 . After the engine starts,
it is necessary to use the engine power and pull
yourself back onto the JetSurf - F I G U R E 5 .
If it is not possible to start the JetSurf™ again after
stopping on water, we DO NOT RECOMMEND REPEATING THE STARTING PROCEDURE MORE
THAN THREE TIMES. It is necessary to get the JetSurf™ on bank and check it there.
JETSURF CONTROL - THROTTLE
During the very first ride, the rider should learn how to operate the control handle and accelerate.
THIS SKILL IS CRUCIAL FOR JetSurf™. The rider can stay in the lying or kneeling position. Only when
he/she knows how to control the throttle, he/she can stand up. .
JETSURF CONTROL - TURNING
The next important step is turning. You turn the board by tilting the whole vessel to one or the other
side.
JETSURF CONTROL - RIDING
The rider may be lying or kneeling. Only when he/she is sure how to control the throttle, he/she can
stand up. Standing up is performed from the position kneeling on the engine cover.
First we have to make sure we have sufficient space for manoeuvring so that we can concentrate on
standing up. Look round to see that you are not crossing a route of any other vessel.
the rider is in the correct position for starting, with his/her free hand in which he/she does not have
control handle he/she can insert the engine shut-off key in the engine shut-off switch (on condition
that the ICU has been activated) – F I G U R E 3 .
During the three-second delay between inserting the engine shut-off key and starting of the Jetsurf,
the rider holds the throttle. After having started the Jetsurf and its subsequent acceleration, the rider
must jump onto the JetSurf™ with his/her full weight - F I G U R E 4 .
F I G U R E 1 F I G U R E 2
F I G U R E 5
WRONGLY ! ! ! WRONGLY ! ! !
F I G U R E 3 F I G U R E 4
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If you want to store the power board overnight, find a freshwater source (e.g. a garden hose) and wash
the inside of the board thoroughly (be careful and prevent any water getting into the carburettor).
If the motorized power board was operated in seawater or brackish water, place a garden hose to
the engine cooling output and flush it out If the motorized power board was operated in seawater
or brackish water (water will start pouring from the jet pump).). When dried out, spray the inside of
the board with oil (MOTOREX INTACT MX 50) and make sure that the oil gets to the jet pump bearing,
gears and all the moving parts.
Charge the ICU battery.
Leave the engine compartment lid open so that it could dry thoroughly.
A BRIEF LIST OF THE TASKS TO BE DONE
AFTER THE RIDE
Tilt the JetSurfTM and pour the water out of it ---
Start the JetSurfTM with its tip up, MAXIMUM FOR 10 seconds!!! ---
Wash the whole JetSurfTM with fresh water, including the engine compartment,
then let the engine run for about 5 seconds (MAXIMUM FOR 10 seconds)
---
Let the JetSurfTM dry ---
Spray all the engine parts thoroughly with MOTOREX INTACT MX 50 oil page 57
Charge the ICU battery page 46
In the next step make sure that you have sufficient
speed. The ideal speed is such a speed when you
can feel that the board is stable and floats on the
water surface without any resistance.
It is up to you which foot you will place in the
strap fist. Jetsurf recommends starting with the
foot which you will have in the front strap. Before
standing up place your foot in that strap.
NOT E – The position of the standing rider
depends on the position of the control handle.
The rider stands with the same foot in the front
as the hand with which he/she holds the control
handle - F I G U R E 6 .
As soon as your foot is firm in the strap, put the other foot in the remaining strap. Now you are ready
to stand up . The last thing you have to do is to straighten up and stand up. When standing up, it is
necessary to maintain a constant speed. Stand up continuously, do not stop half way.
If you fall down during getting up, repeat the whole procedure step by step. After every fall, we recommend
continuing straight ride lying or kneeling for a while so that the bilge pumps could pump out
the water which might have got into the engine compartment during the fall.
Always watch the time for which you are riding in water. With full tank,
you can ride for 0.6 hours. Do not forget to have some reserve to be able
to get back to the bank. When returning back to land, please keep in mind
any potential swimmers near the bank and sufficient depth of water.
JETSURF CONTROL – STOPPING (FALLING)
If you want to stop, approach the bank or boat slowly and pull the engine shut-off key from the handle.
The JetSurf will slow down and you can jump from the power board to water. .
If you fall down, YOU HAVE TO LET GO THE THROTTLE CONTROL HANDLE
IMMEDIATELY!!!
It is NECESSARY TO PULL THE ENGINE SHUT-OFF KEY FROM THE HANDLE
to stop the JetSurf safely.
AFTER THE RIDE
As soon as you have pulled the power board from water, lean it against something with its tip up
and wait for a while until most of the water has run out of the JetSurf. Place the Jetsurf on the stand
and start it in the angle of 30 degrees with the jet pump facing down. Accelerate several times and
switch off the engine. This way you will ensure that you will get the remaining water from exhaust and
cooling system out of the board. The engine operation time should not exceed 10 seconds!!!!
F I G U R E 6
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CLEANING OF FLOODED ENGINE
Although JetSurf™ is equipped with systems removing water from the power board, it can happen that
some water gets into the engine compartment and then it floods the engine through the carburettor
suction. In such a case it will not be possible to start JetSurf™ and it will be necessary to clean the engine.
PROCEDURE
1) First it is necessary to open the valve to let the water out of the crankshaft – F I G U R E 1 – position
open and figure position closed.
2) Then it is necessary to pull the spark plug from the engine. Take the spring from the spark plug boot
- F I G U R E 2 and remove the boot from the spark plug - F I G U R E 3 . Screw the spark plug out
using a spark plug spanner which is supplied within the accessories - F I G U R E 4 . Dry the spark plug
properly. If the spark plug has been in operation for more than 6 hours, it should be replaced.
3) Tilt the JetSurf™ through the spark plug opening down (its head). When the valve is open and spark
plug screwed out, start turning the shaft with your hand. While turning the shaft, you should see water
coming out of the open valve and head. Continue until water stops coming out.
F I G U R E 1 F I G U R E 2
OPEN
VALVE
CLOSED
VALVE
F I G U R E 3 F I G U R E 4
4) If after a while you can see that turning the
shaft is getting easier, place the engine shut-off
key and hold it in the CLEANING/OFF position (a
wheel marked CLEANING/OFF) on the control unit
– F I G U R E 5 . This position will turn the starter
without ignition from the spark plug. The position
is used for the needs of engine cleaning and it replaces
the previous manual shaft turning.
ATTENTION: The fourth point can only be performed if most of the water
has already been pumped out manually or otherwise there is a danger of
damage to the starter. Do not turn the starter longer than 10 seconds. It
is rather intended as a check whether the engine can be turned.
5) If no water is coming out of the valve or the head any more, pour a small amount of fuel directly to
the air suction of the carburettor and flood the inside of the engine with fuel by means of the ICU. White
liquid (emulsion) should be squirting from the head. Repeat this procedure until only fuel is coming out
of the head.
6) Screw the spark plug back in following the instructions in the section Spark plug.
7) Put the spark plug boots back in place and secure it with a spring.
8) Close the bottom drain valve – F I G U R E 1 – position CLOSED.
9) Start the engine for maximum 5-10 seconds to make sure that it works correctly. You can let the
engine running without cooling for maximum 10 seconds (temperatures of cylinder shouldn’t be higher
than 65°c/147°F) or otherwise it can get overheated and destroyed.
Never insert the engine shut-off key in the handle when the spark plug
is out.
Make sure that the boot covers the spark plug completely when mounted.
F I G U R E 5
RIDE RIDE
NOTICE
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STORAGE TRANSPORT
|6| STORAGE
SHORT-TERM STORAGE
For short-term storage, for example between the individual days of riding, it is sufficient to follow the
steps described in the chapter on page 64 “AFTER THE RIDE”. After these steps have been performed,
store the JetSurf in a dry place.
LONG-TERM STORAGE
If the break is longer than one week, it is necessary to perform other tasks. Do not underestimate these
steps. Keep in mind that if you look after the JetSurf properly, you will increase the life of all its parts.
For at least 3 days always start the engine and accelerate several times.
Take the fuel tank out of the board. Pour all fuel out of the fuel tank and clean it thoroughly.
Never store the Jetsurf with fuel in the tank.
Always once in every 6 months, grease all the engine parts with MOTOREX INTACT MX 50 spray.
In winter or when JetSurf is not used, it is necessary to charge the batteries in ICU at least once in
every 3 months. For battery charging, see page 46.
Check grease in the freewheell, see page 73 Freewheel.
|7| TRANSPORT
NEVER TRANSPORT JetSurfTM WITHOUT FIRST EMPTYING THE FUEL TANK.
FUEL CAN BE REMOVED ONLY ON-SHORE AND PROPERLY AS DESCRIBED IN
THE FUEL SECTION OF THIS OWNER’S MANUAL PAGE 32. TRANSPORTING
FUEL CAN BE DANGEROUS AND MAY BE ILLEGAL IN SOME JURISDICTIONS.
Before transporting the power board, make sure that there is no water in the exhaust system. It
could get into the engine during the transport (see the chapter After the ride).
Always unscrew both side and main fins.
NOT E : If you have a two-part main fin, you can keep the platform on the board and unscrew only
the spike.
We recommend to transport JetSurf without the fuel tank inside the board.
AIR TRANSPORT
Airline companies do not like fuel in luggage and it might happen that they could refuse to transport
your power board. Therefore it is ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY to wash the fuel tank completely before
air transport of your power board. Wash the tank with water and detergent. Repeat washing as long
as you can still smell petrol from the fuel tank.
Before air transport also check the excess pressure tube (blue tube coming out of the fuel tank to
the snorkel outlet in the board tip), there can be traces of fuel there. If there are remnants of fuel in
the tube, wash this tube out.
Please be aware of how airline companies treat the luggage. Despite its solidity, carbon is still quite a
brittle material and therefore it is not enough to pack the power board in the original Jetsurf bag but
you have to add other protection layers.
TRANSPORT TO SERVICING
Before transport, place the power board in the original board bag and add further protection layers
(for example wrap the board bag with the power board in bubble wrap and wrap it all in stretch foil
or insert the bag in a carton box).
Apart from a name tag and contact details, we recommend enclosing a detailed description of the
problem.
N o t e : If you are sending your Jetsurf to servicing back to your dealer or directly to the manufacturer,
you do not have to send all the accessories together with the power board (e.g. the tank, fins
or charger… ).
WE RECOMMEND TO CONTACT AND COMMUNICATE WITH A SERVICE POINT FIRST!
WARNING
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|8| MAINTENANCE
Although JetSurf™ uses the highest quality materials available for production of the motorized power
board, the user has to perform regular maintenance which will ensure long-term life and high gloss
for which it was so sought after when purchased. Failure to observe these instructions may result in
the premature damage to the motorized power board which is not covered by the guarantee.
Always perform due maintenance of your motorized power board and be aware that its condition
may deteriorate with time and as a result of demanding operation or bad handling.
A basic precondition of good maintenance is observing of procedures described in the chapters
“AFTER THE RIDE” on page 68 and in the chapter “LONG-TERM STORAGE”.
SURFACE MAINTENANCE
Maintaining a top layer of quality wax on the surface of the motorised power board is crucial for
keeping of the original high gloss surface for years to come. Use only high quality wax, such as carnauba
wax. Failure to protect this top layer can make the guarantee void.
MAINTENANCE OF TECHNICAL EQUIPMENT
Check the technical equipment of the engine compartment regularly in order to prevent bigger damage
to the power board. If any damage occurs on any part of the power board or if you are not sure
whether your power board is in order, please contact your authorised JetSurf™ sales representative.
ENGINE MAINTENANCE
The engine maintenance is described on page 68, chapter Long-term storage
SPARK PLUG
Use only the spark plug specified in this manual: NGK BP7HS .
These spark plugs can be purchased online or in shops selling car parts.
Using any other type of a spark plug may result in the engine damage
and will make the guarantee void. Although some companies may claim
that they have an equivalent spark plug, JetSurf ™ strongly recommends
the customers to use only spark plugs of NGK brand. Using any spark
plugs other than NGK may lead to the engine damage and will make the
guarantee void.
MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE
When installing a new spark plug, tighten it with a spanner according to
the instructions on the spark plug packaging.
After removing the boot from the spark plug, NEVER start the engine in a
standard way. If the engine is started without having the boot mounted
on the spark plug screwed in the engine, it may result in damaging of the
ignition control unit (ICU).
In order to ensure proper engine operation, the spark plug must be placed correctly between the
electrodes and it must be kept clean.
The spark plug must be checked before every ride and for a trouble-free power board operation it
must be replaced after 6 hours of operation.
CHECK OF THE SPARK PLUG:
When the spark plug is removed, you can check it visually. If the insulator is highly worn or if you can
see any scratches or cracks on it, replace the spark plug.
Using a shim gauge, you can measure the gap between the electrodes of the spark plug. For NGK
BP7HS this gap should be 0.7 – 0.8 mm.
SPARK PLUG REPLACEMENT
Warning – high voltage on the spark plug
boot.
Never remove the boot from the spark plug
when the ignition is switched on (signalling
LED must not be lit or flashing).
Do not remove the boot from the spark plug
if there is water in the engine compartment.
When working in the engine compartment,
it is BANNED to handle fire.
For the operation of this combustion engine, it is ONLY allowed to use a spark plug NGK BP7HS .
In order to ensure proper engine operation, the spark plug must have a correct gap between the
NOTICE electrodes and it must be clean.
WARNING
WARNING
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PROCEDURE:
– Before every assembly, remove the tank: disconnect the two hoses and undo the velcro
with which the tank is attached.
– Check the engine, whether it is not too hot. We recommend performing the assembly
minimum 0.5 hours after the engine was switched off.
– Check whether the ICU control unit is not on (the LED is not lit or flashing)!
Required tools: spark plug spanner supplied by the manufacturer (accessories) - 19 mm.
1) Take off the spring from the spark plug boot – F I G U R E 1 .
2) Remove the spark plug boot – F I G U R E 2 .
3) Screw the spark plug out using a spark plug spanner – F I G U R E 3 a n d 4 .
4) Using a gauge check the gap between the electrodes on the new spark plug. If necessary, adjust
the gap by slightly bending the electrode. The gap should be 0.7 – 0.8 mm.
5) Insert a new spark plug in the seat, FIRST SCREW THE SPARK PLUG IN USING YOUR HAND to
prevent damaging of the thread. When the spark plug is in the seat, tighten it carefully with a spark
plug spanner. If the spark plug is brand new, tighten it with a spanner by 2/3 of a turn. If the spark
plug has been used before, tighten only by 1/8 – 1/4 of a turn.
F I G U R E 1 F I G U R E 2
spark plug
boot
F I G U R E 3 F I G U R E 4
WHEN TIGHTENING THE SPARK PLUG, FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE SPARK PLUG
MANUFACTURER!
6) Mount the boot on the spark plug. The boot is mounted correctly if the spark plug insulator is fully
covered by the boot.
NOT E : After the boot has been removed from the spark plug, NEVER START THE ENGINE –
if the engine was started without a mounted spark plug boot, it would damage the control
unit.
FREEWHEEL
Freewheel is part of engine which is extremely strained when the engine is running. To keep the freewheel
in good shape, it is needed to refill grease into housing where freewheel is located every 25 Engine
Hours. Not refilling this grease into the freewheel housing leads to a serious damage to engine.
APPLYING LUBRICANT IN THE FREEWHEEL
You can find freewheel under cover in the middle of carbon gear cover on the side of the engine. It is
necessary to refill grease every 25 Engine hour while following instructions.
PROCEDURE:
– Before every assembly remove the tank: disconnect the two hoses from the tank and
undo the velcro fastening the tank.
– Ensure that the engine has cooled down. We recommend performing the assembly minimum
half an hour after the engine has been switched off.
– Check whether the ICU control unit is not on (the LED is not lit or flashing)!
Insulator
0,7–0,8 mm
Electrode
MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE
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Required tools: Allen key 3, tool to lock the gears (for example Allen key 4); LOCTITE 243 (blue); tube
N0000001 with vaseline (supplied by the manufacturer).
1) Lock the gears – F I G U R E 1 a a n d 1 b . Unscrew the hex screw with copper washer from the
freewheel cap – F I G U R E 2 .
2) Apply vaseline from the N0000001 tube (part of the accessories) into hole after the screw as seen
on F I G U R E 3 a n d 4 . Completely fill the space inside the hole.
3) Apply LOCTITE 243 on the thread of the screw and screw it back in.
TABLE OF REGULAR MAINTENANCE
Item
Operation
Before every ride
After every ride
Every 10 MTH
Every 25 MTH
Every 3 months
Every 6 months
(before storage)
Page
Spark plug check / cleaning x 70
replacing x 71
Spark plug boot check x 71
Connections, tubes,
connecting material
and cables, connectors
check x
Board washing with fresh
water, drying
x
All the engine parts washing with fresh
water, drying
x
lubrication with MOTOREX
INTACT MX 50 spray
x x x 57
Throttle control and
fuel system
check x 37
32
Freewheel/engine
bearings
lubrication with grease
Klueber Isoflex LD18
grease Special A
x 73
57
Check/tighten the engine
fastening screws
check/tightening x
jet pump impeller check x
ICU battery charging x x x 46
Cooling system/tubes check x
Bilge pumps check x
Every 12 months a complete service inspection is highly recommended.
MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE
F I G U R E 1 a F I G U R E 1 b
F I G U R E 2 F I G U R E 3
F I G U R E 4
Freewheel cap after
taking down carbon
gear cover
Tube N0000001
Tool for
locking
gears
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WARRANTY
of the surfboard and engine. All repairs performed by JetSurf™, or its authorized service facilities, will
be performed using either new or re-manufactured parts at JetSurf’s sole option and, JetSurf™ may,
at its sole option, install parts which have similar or greater performance characteristics if an identical
replacement part is no longer available.
A repair shop of the owner’s choosing may maintain, replace, or repair non-warranty emission control
devices and systems.
The JetSurf™ Limited Warranty is transferable to subsequent owners per the instructions in Section 6.6.
S e c t i o n 3 . Warranty Exclusions and Limitations.
Conditions may exist outside of JetSurf™’s control, which may exclude or limit the scope of the warranty
statement..
The following are NOT covered under the JetSurf™ Limited Warranty:
– normal maintenance components and materials required under the JetSurf™ Limited Warranty;
– normal wear-and-tear of any component, engine or the power board;
– damages caused by defects in materials, components or parts not supplied by JetSurf™ ;
– damages or needed adjustments caused by items that are added, altered or changed after the boat
leaves the possession of JetSurf™, as well as any modification, alteration, unauthorized repair or
replacement of components, engine or surfboard after the retail owner takes possession of same;
– damages caused by accident (including impacts and collisions with any object), neglect, negligence,
mishandling, abuse or misuse, or alteration, including any damages caused during transportation
of the JetSurf™ motorized surfboard;
– damages caused by heat, fire, explosion or freezing (including the failure to perform proper winterization
or preparations for storage;
– damages resulting from vandalism;
– damages caused by lightning, hail, rain, flooding, wind, sand, floods or other environmental or natural
conditions or Acts of God;
– damages caused by cleaning products not specifically approved by JetSurf™;
– damages due to insufficient or improper maintenance;
– damage resulting from leaking or spilled fluids including, but not limited to, fuel or drive train fluids;
– conditions resulting from use of the board for anything other than recreational purposes;
– any material, component or part of the board that has a warranty period and/or conditions as specified
by the producing entity which differs from the general JetSurf™ warranty statement
– damage or injury resulting from failure to comply with recall notices or requests from JetSurf™ to
repair the boat or its components;
– failure to properly maintain and care for the board and its components in accordance with the
instructions found within this Owner’s Manual.
No one, including dealers, agents, distributors or suppliers is authorized to create a warranty or in any
manner increase or modify the scope of this JetSurf™ Limited Warranty in any manner whatsoever.
This JetSurf™ Limited Warranty requires, where allowed by law, the timely completion and return of
the warranty registration card to JetSurf™.
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Effective from - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -    2017
S e c t i o n 1 . Limitations and Disclaimer of Implied Warranties.
ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY THAT IS FOUND TO ARISE BY STATE OR FEDERAL LAW*, INCLUDING ANY
IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF FITNESS, IS LIMITED
IN DURATION TO THE DURATION SET FORTH IN THIS LIMITED WARRANTY OR THE DURATION SET
FORTH BY APPLICABLE STATE OR FEDERAL LAW, WHICHEVER IS SHORTER. JetSurf™ DISCLAIMS ANY
IMPLIED WARRANTIES, OR REPRESENTATIONS OF ANY KIND, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF FITNESS, AFTER EXPIRATION OF THE WARRANTY
PERIODS APPLICABLE TO THE RESPECTIVE COMPONENTS.
PERFORMANCE OF REPAIRS AND NEEDED ADJUSTMENTS IS THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDY UNDER THIS
WRITTEN WARRANTY, WITHOUT EXCLUSION, MODIFICATION OR RESTRICTION OTHER THAN UNDER
APPLICABLE LAW. JetSurf™ SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES,
SUCH AS, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, LOST WAGES, TRANSPORTATION TO OR FROM REPAIR, OR RENTAL
EXPENSES, RESULTING FROM BREACH OF THIS WRITTEN WARRANTY OR ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY.
SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON TIME LIMITS OR EXCLUSIONS OF INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. THIS LIMITED
WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS WHICH MAY VARY FROM STATE TO STATE, IN DIFFERENT
JURISDICTIONS AND GEO-POLITICAL REGIONS.
S e c t i o n 2 . The Limited Warranty Application and Terms.
JetSurf™ (“JetSurf”)*, subject to all other terms, conditions, and limitations, warrants to the original
owner(s) of the boat who purchase(s) the boat within twelve (12) consecutive months of the earlier of
(a) the date purchased by the first retail purchaser through an authorized JetSurf™ Sales facility, or (b)
the date the boat was first put into service as a demonstrator or otherwise, and qualify for warranty
coverage as explained below, are provided coverage under the JetSurf™ Limited Warranty.
JetSurf™ warrants to the original purchaser that the motorized surfboard is free from material defects
and workmanship to the extent set forth below.
Regulations in some countries specify that emissions-related components are subject to warranty
periods exceeding the twelve (12) month limited warranty that applies to the motorized surfboard
in general. Emission-related components that are installed on EPA certified JetSurf™ motorized surfboards
registered in the USA are covered for a period of thirty (30) consecutive months from the
date the motorized surfboard is placed in service; and evaporative emission related components are
warranted for twenty-four (24) consecutive months. Additional information is provided in Section 4:
Emissions Control.
Please refer to the warranty details that follow for complete terms, conditions and limitations. All
warranty applications are dependent upon the purchaser following the guidelines established for
appropriate care and maintenance, and when operated reasonably and as directed in this Owner’s
Manual and any additional material provided by JetSurf™.
For a period of twelve (12) consecutive months as established above, JetSurf™ will repair manufacturing
defects related to structural materials or workmanship which occurred during the construction
WARRANTY
* Valid for the USA
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ized surfboard engine for the period specified in Section 2: The Limited Warranty Application and Terms,
provided there has been no abuse, neglect or improper maintenance of the motorized surfboard engine.
The emission control system may include parts such as:
Idle bypass valve; air intake adapter; throttle position sensor; spark plugs; intake manifold air pressure
sensor; ignition coils; intake manifold air temperature sensor; air box; engine temperature
sensor; intake and exhaust valve and seals; knock sensor; intake manifold; engine control module
ECM; crankcase ventilation valve; throttle body; throttle body seal; fuel rail; intake manifold seal; fuel
injectors; wire harness and connectors; fuel pressure regulator; fuel filter; fuel pump; supercharger.
The emission warranty covers damage to other engine components that is caused by the failure of
a warranted part. The Owner’s and Operator’s Manual contains written instructions for the proper
maintenance and use of the motorized surfboard. All emission warranty parts are warranted by
JetSurf™ for the entire warranty period of the motorized surfboard, unless the part is scheduled for
replacement as required maintenance in the Owner’s and Operator’s Manual.
Emissions warranty parts that are scheduled for replacement, as required maintenance, are warranted
by JetSurf™ for the period of time before the first scheduled replacement date for that part.
Emission warranty parts that are scheduled for regular inspection, but not regular replacement, are
warranted by JetSurf™ for the entire warranty period of the motorized surfboard. Any emission warranty
part repaired or replaced under the terms of this warranty statement is warranted by JetSurf™
for the remainder of the warranty period of the original part. All parts replaced under this limited
warranty become the property of JetSurf™.
Maintenance receipts and records should be transferred to each subsequent owner of the motorized
surfboard.
Where a warrantable emissions condition exists, JetSurf™ will repair the motorized surfboard engine at no
cost, including diagnosis, parts and labor when performed by an authorized JetSurf™ dealer and/or a repair
shop of the owner’s choosing, as outlined in Section 2: The Limited Warranty Application and Terms.
S e c t i o n 4 . 3 : Emissions-related Components Covered by EPA and California Emission Warranty:
Carburetor Fuel Tank
Spark Plug Fuel Cap
Ignition Control Unit (ICU) Fuel lines
Intake and exhaust valves Fuel line connectors and clamps
Exhaust Manifold Fuel Pump
Fuel Filter
S e c t i o n 5 . Product Change.
JetSurf™ reserves the right to implement changes in construction or components at any time without
incurring any obligation to make the same or similar changes on motorized surfboards previously
built and/or sold.
S e c t i o n 6 . Customer Satisfaction.
Se c t i o n 6 . 1 . Procedure. Any matters regarding potential corrections as applicable under this
JetSurf™ Limited Warranty should first be addressed with an authorized JetSurf™ dealer. While it is
not a requirement to contact the original-purchase dealer, JetSurf™ encourages consumers to do so.
First contact should be with the dealer’s Service department. If satisfaction is not achieved, consumer
should then contact dealer Management.
The warranty statement exists between the original retail and JetSurf™. No rights are transferred to
any third party. Within the specified, stated warranty period and under all circumstances, the entire
liability of JetSurf™ is limited to the repair or replacement of any defective component or affected
portion of the motorized surfboard, or the actual price paid for the motorized surfboard. Some jurisdictions
do not allow the exclusion or limitation of liability, so the above statement may not apply.
S e c t i o n 4 . Emissions Control
S e c t i o n 4 . 1 General Requirements. Specific warranty requirements may be designated by
governmental and regulatory agencies. Consistent with governmental obligations JetSurf™ warrants
the motorized surfboard to the retail purchaser, that the product is designed, built, and equipped so
as to conform at the time of sale with applicable regulations, and that the engine is free from defects
in materials and workmanship which cause the engine to fail to conform with applicable regulations.
Emissions warranty is subject to the requirements as specified in the location of the original owner(s)
OR the location in which the primary operation of the motorized surfboard will be. It is the responsibility
of the owner(s) to ensure that the emissions requirements are met for proper operation of the
motorized surfboard.
S e c t i o n 4 . 2 California Emissions.* In the U.S. state of California, a special environmental label
is required by the California Air Resources Board. The label has one (1), two (2), three (3) or four (4)
stars. A hangtag is provided that describes the star rating system. The emissions requirements in
California provide for cleaner air and water, better fuel economy and a longer emission warranty.
a) One Star-Low Emission. The one-star label identifies engines that meet the Air Resources Board’s
Motorized surfboard and Outboard marine engine 2001 exhaust emission standards. Engines meeting
these standards have 75% lower emissions than conventional carbureted two-stroke engines.
These engines are equivalent to the U.S. EPA’s 2006 standards for marine engines.
b) Two Star-Very Low Emission. The two-star label identifies engines that meet the Air Resources
Board’s Motorized surfboard and Outboard marine engine 2004 exhaust emission standards. Engines
meeting these standards have 20% lower emissions than One Star-Low Emission engines.
c) Three Star-Ultra Low Emission. The three-star label identifies engines that meet the Air Resources
Board’s Motorized surfboard and Outboard marine engine 2008 exhaust emission standards or the
Stern drive and Inboard marine engine 2003 exhaust emission standards. Engines meeting these
standards have 65% lower emissions than One Star-Low Emission engines.
d) Four Star-Super Ultra Low Emission. The four-star label identifies engines that meet the Air Resources
Board’s Stern-drive and Inboard marine engine 2012 exhaust emission standards. Motorized
surfboard and Outboard marine engines may also comply with these standards. Engines meeting
these standards have 90% lower emissions than One Star-Low Emission engines.
For more information, contact Cleaner Watercraft–Get the Facts (1-800-END-SMOG or www.arb.ca.gov.)
The California Air Resources Board and JetSurf™ are pleased to explain the emission control warranty
system. In California, new motorized surfboard engines must be designed, built and equipped to meet the
State’s stringent anti-smog standards. JetSurf™ must warrant the emission control system on the motor-
* Valid for the USA
WARRANTY WARRANTY
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S e c t i o n 6 . 2 . Arbitration. TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED OR REQUIRED BY ANY STATE OR FEDERAL
LAW, YOU ARE REQUIRED TO PROVIDE JetSurf™ WRITTEN NOTICE, AT THE BELOW ADDRESS, OF ANY
SUBSTANTIAL DEFECT IN MATERIALS OR WORKMANSHIP THAT REMAINS UNRESOLVED TO YOUR SATISFACTION
UNDER THE TERMS OF THE JetSurf™ LIMITED WARRANTY, PRIOR TO INITIATING ANY LEGAL
ACTION AGAINST JetSurf™. TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED OR REQUIRED BY ANY STATE OR FEDERAL
LAW*, YOU MUST FIRST USE AN AVAILABLE STATE-RUN INDEPENDENT DISPUTE SETTLEMENT MECHANISM
OR ARBITRATION MECHANISM PRIOR TO INITIATING ANY LEGAL ACTION AGAINST JetSurf™.
S e c t i o n 6 . 3 . Warranty Terms and Conditions (Australia). ** Nothing in these warranty
terms and conditions can exclude, restrict or modify the application of any condition, warranty,
guarantee, right or remedy conferred or implied under the Competition and Consumer Act 2010,
including the Australian Consumer Law or any other law, where to do so would contravene that law,
or cause any part of these terms and conditions to be void. The benefits provided under this limited
warranty are in addition to other rights and remedies under Australian law.
This motorized surfboard comes with guarantees that cannot be excluded under the Australian Consumer
Law. You are entitled to a replacement or refund for a major failure and for compensation for
any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage. You are also entitled to have the goods repaired or
replaced if the goods fail to be of acceptable quality and the failure does not amount to a major failure.
S e c t i o n 6 . 4 . Warranty Claims. To obtain warranty service and/or repairs, notify an authorized
JetSurf™ service facility of the substantial defect in materials or workmanship attributable to JetSurf™
, within 90 days of discovery of the defect; and schedule an appointment. Deliver the motorized surfboard
and/or engine to an authorized JetSurf™ service facility for repairs. Warranty service must be
performed by an authorized JetSurf™ dealer. For assistance in locating an authorized JetSurf™ service
facility, please visit JetSurf™ website at
www.jetsurf.com
or call JetSurf™ at +420 774 60 27 01
Monday-Friday 8:00 - 18:00 CET
JetSurf™-authorized repair facilities are independently owned and operated businesses. JetSurf™
cannot control the scheduling of service work.
S e c t i o n 6 . 5 . Change of Address. In the event of a change of address for the original owner(s)
of the motorized surfboard, please notify an authorized JetSurf™ dealer.
S e c t i o n 6 . 6 . Transfer of Ownership.If the ownership of a product is transferred during the
warranty coverage period, this warranty shall also be transferred and be valid for the remaining coverage
period provided that JetSurf is notified of such transfer of ownership in the following way: The
former owner contacts JetSurf (at the phone number provided below) or an authorized JetSurf dealer
and provides the a copy of the bill of sale or purchase agreement, as well as the new owner’s name,
address and product serial number.
S e c t i o n 6 . 6 . Direct Contact.
MSR Engines s.r.o.
Krásného 3857/7; 636 00 Brno, Czech republic
Internet Site www.jetsurf.com
THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS, AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER LEGAL
RIGHTS WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO STATE AND IN DIFFERENT GEO-POLITICAL REGIONS.
* It applies to the USA; ** It applies to Australia
WARRANTY
|10| TROUBLESHOOTING
IF THE POWER BOARD OWNER DOES NOT HAVE SUFFICIENT EXPERIENCE
OR IS IN ANY DOUBTS REGARDING THEIR ABILITY TO PERFORM THE REPAIR,
IT IS NECESSARY TO LEAVE THE REPAIR TO THE QUALIFIED MECHANICS
OF JetSurf™ COMPANY WHO HAVE BEEN TRAINED BY THE MANUFACTURER
AND ARE CERTIFIED FOR IT.
ISSUE Defect, symptoms REPAIR – step 1 REPAIR – step 2
The power board
does not start,
the engine turns
Water in the engine
- symptoms: white emulsion
on the spark plug
Clean the spark plug,
p. 71
Clean the engine,
p. 66
Too much fuel in the engine -
- symptoms: the spark plug
is soiled with petrol
Clean the spark plug,
p. 71
Replace the
carburettor
No fuel in the engine
- symptoms: dry spark plug,
empty fuel tubing
Check the fuel
system
Refill the fuel
Faulty spark plug
– symptoms: the spark plug
does not spark
1. Replace the spark
plug, p. 71
If implementing
of 1 and 2 did not
help, try a new
Faulty timing sensor coil and ICU
– symptoms: the spark plug
sparks after the engine shutoff
key is pulled out
2. Replace the timing
sensor
The power board
does not start,
the engine does
not turn, the ICU
does not flash
Flat battery Charge the batteries,
p. 46
Faulty contact in the cables
of the control handle
Clean the contacts Replace
the control
handle
The relay in the control
handle does not detect the
engine shut-off key
Damaged ICU cable Replace the ICU
Faulty ICU Replace the ICU
The power board
does not start,
the engine does
not turn, the ICU
flashes
Burnt starter winding Replace the starter
Jammed engine or stuck jet
pump
Replace the Engine
or jet pump
Do not remove the boot from the spark plug if there is water or leaked
petrol in the engine compartment. Pay special attention to petrol vapours.
If you can smell petrol, NEVER start the engine.
When checking the spark plug and timing sensor function, ALWAYS use a
mounting tool supplied in the accessories to check the sparks.
TROUBLESHOOTING
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TROUBLESHOOTING TROUBLESHOOTING
5) Attach the big crocodile clip on the metal part
of the spark plug - F I G U R E 3 .
6) Attach the small crocodile clip on the ground
cable eye terminal in the starter - F I G U R E 4 .
7) Disconnect the blind plug and the connector
for the ICU charging. Plug the mounting tool connector
into the charging connector – FIGURE 5.
CHECK OF THE SPARK PLUG AND TIMING
SENSOR FUNCTION
8) Insert the engine shut-off key in the engine
shut-off switch of the control handle (ICU activation).
9) After 3 seconds reinsert the key in the engine
shut-off switch (the starter switches on).
Under the cap of the mounting tool you should
see a spark on the spark plug electrode.
R e m a r k : In daylight it may be more difficult
to see the spark. It does not have to be one
spark but you can see more tiny sparks.
Wa r n i n g : The spark test can be repeated
maximum ten times. Overusing the starter
may cause its overheating and damaging.
DIAGNOSTICS
A) If the spark plug does not spark, proceed according to the table in chapter 10 on page 85 - TROUBLESHOOTING,
1st line highlighted in orange.
B) If the spark plug sparks after the engine shut-off key is pulled out, proceed according to the table
on page 85 in chapter 10 - TROUBLESHOOTING, 2nd line highlighted in orange.
10) Switch off the ICU by inserting the engine shut-off key in the CLEANING/OFF position on the ICU
ignition - F I G U R E 6 .
11) Remove the mounting tool – disconnect both crocodile clips, disconnect the connector for the
ICU charging and insert the connector in the blind plug, remove the cap from the spark plug.
CHECK OF THE SPARK PLUG AND TIMING
SENSOR FUNCTION
Be careful, there is high
voltage on the spark plug
boot. Never remove the
boot from the spark plug
when the ignition is on (the signalling LED
must not be lit or flashing).
Do not remove the boot from the spark plug
if there is water or leaked petrol in the engine
compartment. Be very careful about
petrol vapours. If you can smell petrol, NEVER
start the engine.
When working in the engine compartment,
it is FORBIDDEN to handle fire.
When checking the spark plug and timing
sensor function, always use a mounting tool
supplied with the accessories for testing the
sparks.
PROCEDURE:
– Check that the engine is not hot. We recommend
performing the assembly minimum
0.5 hours after the engine is switched off.
– Check that the ICU control unit is not on
(the LED is not on or flashing)!
Required tools: : spark plug spanner supplied by
the manufacturer (accessories) - 19 mm.
CONNECTING THE MOUNTING TOOL FOR
SPARK PLUG TESTING
1) Remove the spring from the spark plug boot
and remove the boot.
2) Screw the spark plug out using a spark plug
spanner. Check the spark plug and possibly dry it.
3) Insert the spark plug back into the spark plug
boot - F I G U R E 1 .
4) Place the cap on the top of the spark plug (electrode)
- F I G U R E 2 .
F I G U R E 6
F I G U R E 5
F I G U R E 3 F I G U R E 4
F I G U R E 2
F I G U R E 1
connector for
the charging
cable from ICU
cap
small
crocodile
clip
big crocodile
clip
MOUNTING TOOL FOR TESTING SPARKS
FROM THE SPARK PLUG
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12) Remove the plug from the boot and if it is not faulty, insert it back in the engine seat. FIRST
SCREW THE SPARK PLUG IN BY HAND in order not to damage the thread. When the spark plug
is in the seat, tighten it carefully with a spark plug spanner. If the spark plug is brand new, tighten it
with a spanner by 2/3 of a turn. If the spark plug has been used before, tighten it only by 1/8 – 1/4 of
a turn. WHEN TIGHTENING THE SPARK PLUG, FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE SPARK
PLUG MANUFACTURER!
13) Place the boot on the spark plug. The boot is mounted correctly when the spark plug insulator is
covered completely with the boot.
WA R N I N G : When the boot has been removed from the spark plug, NEVER START THE
ENGINE – if the engine is started without the spark plug boot on, the control unit will be
destroyed.
W R O N G ! ! !
I F T H E I C U I S O N ( T H E S I G N A L L I N G D I O D E I S L I T O R
F L A S H I N G ) , T H I S S I T U ATION MUST NOT O CC U R ! ! !
TROUBLESHOOTING
JETSURF OWNER’S AGREEMENT ORIGINAL
I _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
agree NOT to undertake any of the following actions and understand that doing so will void and nullify
the JetSurf™ Warranty.
I WILL NOT
1) Transport the JetSurf™ board with fuel inside the fuel tank.
2) Allow any large objects to come into contact with a running engine or spinning turbine
3) Attempt to stop a running engine with any tools or part(s) of the human body.
4) Interfere with the engine’s construction.
5) Use the ICU other than the one provided by the manufacturer to operate the engine.
6) Use a charger other than which is specified by the manufacturer.
7) Charge the battery while the engine is running.
8) Charge the battery when the ICU is ON (LED flashing)
9) Charge the battery when the engine is in water.
10) Allow water to enter the charger connector.
11) Use the charger if it the power cable is mechanically damaged.
12) Start the engine with the spark plug cap removed.
13) Attempt to start the engine while charging.
14) Ride or attempt to ride the JetSurf™ without appropriate safety equipment including
Helmet and Life Vest. The use of an arm or leg leash is compulsory and must be used
at all times.
15) Allow any Third Party or Persons to use the JetSurf™ without prior instruction and training
in correct use and operational risks.
16) Operate JetSurf™ under the influence of Alcohol, Drugs or when suffering from any
physical or mental incapacitation which may affect control of normal bodily faculties.
17) Use in shallow, rocky or unfamiliar waters or without surveying and assessing waters
for obstructions and obstacles prior to use.
THE WARRANTY DOES NOT APPLY TO:
– Normal operational wear and tear.
– Damage caused by accidents.
– Damage caused by using low-quality, incorrect or improperly mixed fuel.
– Damage caused by use of non-original spare parts and accessories.
– Damage caused by foreign objects, debris, sand, mud, dirt or other objects or large particles from
use excessively dirty water
– Damage caused by improper use.
Print First and Last Name
MOTORIZED SURFBOARD MODEL:
Hull Identification Number (HIN):
Serial Number (SN):
Seller:
Board Owner Name:
Address:
City, State/Province, Code:
E-mail:
Signature of Board Owner: Signature of Seller:
Purchase Date: Year: Month: Day:
I have read and understand these terms and conditions and I am aware that taking ANY of the
above steps will void and nullify the JetSurf™ warranty.
I have completed and the training conducted by an Authorized JetSurf™ representative and understand
what steps must be undertaken to ensure the JetSurf™ board(s) are maintained, cared
for, serviced and strored.
RACE TITANIUM RACE ULTRA SPORT FACTORY GP
v e r s i o n 1 7 - R 0 0 1 / E N
JETSURF OWNER’S AGREEMENT COPY
I _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
agree NOT to undertake any of the following actions and understand that doing so will void and nullify
the JetSurf™ Warranty.
I WILL NOT
1) Transport the JetSurf™ board with fuel inside the fuel tank.
2) Allow any large objects to come into contact with a running engine or spinning turbine
3) Attempt to stop a running engine with any tools or part(s) of the human body.
4) Interfere with the engine’s construction.
5) Use the ICU other than the one provided by the manufacturer to operate the engine.
6) Use a charger other than which is specified by the manufacturer.
7) Charge the battery while the engine is running.
8) Charge the battery when the ICU is ON (LED flashing)
9) Charge the battery when the engine is in water.
10) Allow water to enter the charger connector.
11) Use the charger if it the power cable is mechanically damaged.
12) Start the engine with the spark plug cap removed.
13) Attempt to start the engine while charging.
14) Ride or attempt to ride the JetSurf™ without appropriate safety equipment including
Helmet and Life Vest. The use of an arm or leg leash is compulsory and must be used
at all times.
15) Allow any Third Party or Persons to use the JetSurf™ without prior instruction and training
in correct use and operational risks.
16) Operate JetSurf™ under the influence of Alcohol, Drugs or when suffering from any
physical or mental incapacitation which may affect control of normal bodily faculties.
17) Use in shallow, rocky or unfamiliar waters or without surveying and assessing waters
for obstructions and obstacles prior to use.
THE WARRANTY DOES NOT APPLY TO:
– Normal operational wear and tear.
– Damage caused by accidents.
– Damage caused by using low-quality, incorrect or improperly mixed fuel.
– Damage caused by use of non-original spare parts and accessories.
– Damage caused by foreign objects, debris, sand, mud, dirt or other objects or large particles from
use excessively dirty water
– Damage caused by improper use.
Print First and Last Name
MOTORIZED SURFBOARD MODEL:
Board Owner Name:
Address:
City, State/Province, Code:
E-mail:
Signature of Board Owner: Signature of Seller:
Purchase Date: Year: Month: Day:
I have read and understand these terms and conditions and I am aware that taking ANY of the
above steps will void and nullify the JetSurf™ warranty.
I have completed and the training conducted by an Authorized JetSurf™ representative and understand
what steps must be undertaken to ensure the JetSurf™ board(s) are maintained, cared
for, serviced and strored.
v e r s i o n 1 7 - R 0 0 1 / E N
Hull Identification Number (HIN):
Serial Number (SN):
Seller:
RACE TITANIUM RACE ULTRA SPORT FACTORY GP
DECLARATION FOR EXCEPTED Lithium Ion Batteries
In Compliance with Section II of PI 967 as per IATA DG.
I hereby certify that the Lithium Ion Batteries offered within this consignment are packed in compliance
with Section II of PI967 of the current edition of the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations.
I confirm that each battery is of the type proven to meet the requirements of each test as per the
UN Manual of Tests and Criteria, part III subsection 38.3. They are packed in inner packaging that
completely enclose the cell or battery and are then placed in a strong outer packaging. The watt
hour rating is 5,55 Wh/ batteries total 10 pcs 55,5 Wh per shipment.
The additional documents you have attached do not comply with the DG regs requirements.
There must be a document, which could be the air waybill, which mentions the following:
• the packages contain Lithium Ion cells or batteries
• the package must be handled with care and that a flammability hazard exists if the package
is damaged
• special procedures must be followedw in the event the package is damaged,
• to include inspection and repacking if necessary
• a telephone number for additional info: +99 88480219
I further confirm that the consignment offered for carriage does not contain any damaged or defective
lithium batteries. It is properly classified, described, packed, marked, labelled and in proper
condition for air transportation in compliance with current IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations.
I declare that all of the applicable air transport requirements have been met and acknowledge
responsibility for this declaration.
Signature MSR Engines s.r.o.
Name:
Designation:
Company Stamp:
Date:
Master Air waybill:
House Air waybill:
Nature of Goods: JETSURF with batteries
Origin–Destination:
MSR Engines s.r.o. | Krásného 3857/7 | 636 00 Brno | Czech Republic
IČO: 26968215 | DIČ:CZ26968215
www.msrengines.com | e-mail: office@msrengines.com
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