You’ll also see a keypad on each side of the handlebars. The keypad on the right controls the gauge display on the dash, showing essential information such as fuel, trim position, and driving mode. On the other hand, the left-hand keypad is where you can set your driving mode, trim level, and cruise control or slow speed mode. The up and down arrows on this keypad control the trim of your jet pump, allowing you to adjust the bow's height.
The right button of the left keypad on the right enables your slow speed mode and cruise control, while the button on the left sets your desired driving mode: Eco, Normal, or Sport. In the center of the keypad is the iDF button, which stands for Intelligent Debris Free pump system. This system unclogs a clogged pump intake caused by weeds or other debris.
Other controls on the helm area include buttons to control your audio system. With the Sea-Doo Switch, you can experience an entirely new level of excitement while enjoying your time on Australian waters.