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Your problem is a bad crank seal.In the center of the engine is a brass gear that is driven off of the crankshaft. That brass gear drives the shaft that makes the rotary valve rotate and time your intake into the engine.That gear in the middle of the engine is surrounded by oil to keep it cool and lubricated.
What happens usually is that gear wears and the brass splinters. Those splinters eat the rubber on the crank seals and then the oil runs into one cylinder or the other sometimes both and floods it out.The big problem is the only way to fix this is to either rebuild the crank or replace it.
Sorry for the bad news. This is one of Seadoos design issues that sets them apart from other companies. Nobody else uses the gear driven intake. And for good reason.
Let me know if there's anything further I can do for you.