Mud and dust can clog your carburetor. It is imperative that you keep this component clean to get the best engine performance possible. It is recommended that you clean your carburetor whenever you perform a tune-up or re-jet. If you have been riding in dusty or muddy locations, you should clean the carburetor when you get home to eliminate buildup inside the carburetor, especially if you own an older model. Leave your carburetors on the rails while you clean them to maintain proper sync.
Under The Hood:
How to Clean the Carburetor on a 1996 Seadoo GTI
Remove the air intake silencer cover by unlocking the cover’s retaining slides.