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    Hi-Temp Alarm

    Twice now I have had my Hi-Temp alarm go of my ski (05 RXT). Both times I was screwing around zig zagging back and forth and doing 360's. The first time I was in flat water, yesterday I was in about 1 footers. When I spin out I was just staying on the throttle until the ski took of again. Is this what "unhooked" means. Should I be letting of the throttle. Is there something I can do so the ski doesnt come unhooked. It is completely stock, except for the washers. Thanks!!
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    you may want to pull out your I/C and clean it.

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    Yes, everytime u come unhooked u loose cooling ability to the exhaust, and engine. Also don't keep it pinned, it's rough on the clutches

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    Let off the throttle when its not hooked up. 4 strokes cant be run like the old 2 strokes the skis are made to go fast and cruse, much different then what we use to ride.

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    Check your wear ring, mine was pretty worn and giving me similar issue.
    Installed new wear ring and overheating stopped.

    Thanks

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    hi temp alarm

    I had a problem with mine 05 RXP that has a lot of mods. At wide open throttle the alarm would go off, but when I checked the temp it was reading normal. It had never done it before, this was a week ago. I haven't had a chance to take it out again to see if this was a fluke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by divin10 View Post
    I had a problem with mine 05 RXP that has a lot of mods. At wide open throttle the alarm would go off, but when I checked the temp it was reading normal. It had never done it before, this was a week ago. I haven't had a chance to take it out again to see if this was a fluke.
    Riva gen1 ic?

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    Thanks for all the tips guys, I appreciate it. Now for my stupid questions, how do you clean the intercooler? Is there a way to see if the wear ring is worn without pulling it? Thanks again

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