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I just bought a new Kawasaki 250 Ultra and have had it out on the water/lake twice. This is my first jet ski or boat (I'm 50)! Road motorcycles though for 35 years.

I do have warranty but still would like to know from some experts what may be wrong. While riding in a straight line I must put some force on the bars to keep going straight, the bars must be held to the right, throtle side down at about a 10 to 15 degrees. I looked in my manual and it said to check that the steering nozzles is straight and the bars are and they look to be dead on. If I turn the bars to the degree with the ski on the trailer to what I see on the water the nozzle is turned slightly to the right. This was going up or down the lake or into really smooth water in coves so it was not currents or prevailing winds. Any ideas or is this somewhat normal? thanks for an input back. FDM

below is a pic of the new ride, still have not got my SC numbers on her.
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