Gone Outdoors

2002 Seadoo GTI Specs

by Ziggy Thomas

The 2002 Sea-Doo GTI is a watercraft designed for fun. This Sea-Doo has seating for up to three people and a boarding platform should someone fall off or need to get on from the water. It is made of fiberglass and has 33.8 gallons of storage and a 12-volt battery.

Engine

The engine in the 2002 Sea-Doo GTI is a two-stroke, twin cylinder Rotax marine engine. It displaces 718 cubic centimeters and has 85 horsepower. The bore and stroke are 82 millimeters and 68 millimeters. The compression ratio is 6.2 to 1. It has a variable ratio oil injection lubrication system and is water cooled. There are also two automatic bilge pumps that continuously remove water. A floating safety lanyard is standard to safely stop the engine if the driver falls off.

Dimensions

The total length of this Sea-Doo is 121 inches. Its height is 41 inches and width is 47.3 inches. Total weight is 600 pounds. The GTI runs on unleaded gasoline and has a fuel capacity of 15 gallons, which includes a 3-gallon reserve. The oil capacity is 1.6 gallons. It offers 33.8 gallons of total storage space located underneath the rear seat for a fire extinguisher and any other necessities.

Drivetrain

The GTI has a direct drive system with forward, neutral and reverse. The propulsion system is a Bombardier Formula water jet pump. The impeller is made of stainless steel and the design is made to improve the top speed and acceleration while creating less cavitation. It has a single-stage, axial-flow pump with a large hub.

Miscellaneous

The 2002 Sea-Doo GTI comes in two colors; earthen clay or indigo blue. It has an electric starter. This Sea-Doo also offers a power assisted steering (O.P.A.S.) system to help make steering a more simple task. Standard equipment includes a speedometer, fuel gauge, oil gauge and side mirrors. A digitally encoded security system, referred to as D.E.S.S., is also standard.

About the Author

Ziggy Thomas started writing professionally in 2010, specializing in fitness, business and technology, among other topics of interest. He works as a financial analyst in Austin. Thomas holds dual Bachelor of Science degrees in finance and economics from the University of Nevada, Reno.