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    2000 Virage Tx

    New to the forum and new to PWC.
    Picked up two skies at an auction, a 90 Kawasaki TS, and a 2000 Virage TX. Both had been submerged. Not bad condition in spite of the mud. The Virage I've cleaned up, flushed fuel and oil. Messed with it for a few hours and it started right up.
    It needs a seat, what will fit it?
    Anything special to look at on a submrged unit?
    Also the oil level sending unit fits loose into the tank, is that normal?

    The Kawasaki is the project for tommorow.

    DLWood
    Helotes, Tx


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    SPEED KILLS, BUT YOU GET THERE QUICKER Keddano's Avatar
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    How long did it sit after being submerged? Water sitting on the crank bearings can cause some major problems down the road.

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    Can't be sure. If I were to guess, maybe a few days to a week. The fluid that blew out the cylinders was an emulsion of water and oil. Really everything is covered with and oily emulsion.

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