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Sea-Doo Exhaust Defect

Class Action Lawsuit Regarding Defective Sea-Doo Watercraft

Our law firm is investigating a potential class action lawsuit related to an alleged widespread reported defect in model years 2010-2015 Sea-Doo personal watercraft (PWC). It has been reported that a plastic component in the exhaust system (called an exhaust resonator tube) can melt if the engine overheats, thereby allowing water to be pumped into the hull of the watercraft.  As a result, the Sea-Doo wave-runner will sink.

Our initial research indicates this could be a widespread reported defect in Sea-Doo jet skis.  Our investigation also reveals that the manufacturer of Sea-Doo  products, Bombardier Recreational Products (BRP US, Inc.) may refuse to cover the cost of replacing these defective parts with metal parts before they fail, and further refuse to compensate owners when a catastrophic failure occurs.

If you are a current or former owner of a model year 2010-2015 Sea-Doo RXP, RXT, GTX, GTI, GTS, GTR, Spark, Wake personal watercraft or other Sea-Doo personal watercraft using the plastic resonator tube design, or if you are aware of a PWC sinking as a result of this issue, and you are interested in learning more about how we can help, please provide the following information:

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