We don't have a way for you to look up oem parts yet but you can use the parts search HERE to get part numbers then use the OSD search to see if we have what you need. If the part doesn't show contact us and we'll add any parts not listed to our site (if not discontinued).
If a part shows "0" in stock...
When searching our site, you may notice out of stock parts. Parts not in big demand aren't kept on hand but we can usually get any out of stock item in quick. On our OSD parts (will have OSD in the title) and aftermarket parts we can usually have those here in 2-3 days once ordered. On most OEM parts those take about a week to get in. If you want one disregard any "0" quantities and order for quick service!
Although China has been getting better with quality and materials, the recent "counterfeit plastic" episode with a premium exotic auto company is why you still won't see Chinese products in our kits if we can help it. Whenever possible we use quality USA made parts and when we do have to go outside the US, we strive to use only the best in our kits. Since many others out there these days have copied what we do (ans continue to try), we were the ones who originated most of the kits you see others offering these days but they don't compare to our products. Once you try us we're pretty sure you won't go elsewhere for your watercraft parts.
Featured Products - SEA DOO
OSDmarine Sea Doo SPARK RIBBON DELETE RING
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KLOTZ Synthetic Jet Pump Oil (used in 2 stroke pumps)
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OSD Sea Doo 2 Stroke 18mm Impeller Tool
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OSD Sea Doo VTS Boot Upgrade Kit for 1995-2010 Models
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OSD Sea Doo VTS & Stop Buttons Kit - 2 Stroke
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OSD SEA DOO Trim Unit VTS Rebuild Kit (1995 UP)
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OSD Heavy Duty Rectifier - Sea Doo 787 RFI / 947 DI (1998-2004)
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RAVE Valve/Housing Wear Check
PWC Engine Ref. Chart
Jetboat Engine Ref.
Choke Cable Info Chart
Coil Reference Chart
Crank Exploded Views
Driveshaft ID Chart
Engine Torques Specs
Fuel Baffle Chart
Impeller Info Chart
OEM Kit Info Chart
Mikuni Carb Specs
Mikuni Test Tips/Tricks
MPEM Ref & Programming
Non-Wired MPEM Test
SDS Opinion on Oil
Rotax Crankcase ID
Rotax Engine Info
Rotax Casting Info
Sea Doo Paint Codes
Seat Reference Chart
Spark Plug Reading
1995-2004 VTS Test Info
1995 & UP VTS Tech Info
029/358 VTS Module Test
Water Flooded 2 Stroke
Wear Ring Removal
4 Stroke Fault Codes
More SDS Tech Info
Sea Doo Manuals
If you've bought one of our carb kits, a great page by GroupK that details the procedures for carb fine tuning can be found HERE
If you're installing an impeller on a Sea Doo, don't follow the manual when it calls for red loctite on the threads... use anti-sieze instead. That way if you want to take it apart again you can. We've built hundreds of pumps now with anti-seize and it works great!