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    water inside intercooler - condensation

    Hello,
    what to do when it comes out of your intercooler much condensation? Somewhere you have changed to improve this? my pwc has a 255 x rxt hello


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    answere

    but then a lot of friends who visit my post but no one knows the answer? Bravo Bravo

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    Take a picture of the I/C. More than likely you have a bad X I/C.

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    Thanks , my pwc have i/c stock , is possible my problem is water in my sea is very cold and temperature engine is hot? thanks

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    sorry your x pwc for rinning to 88mph how many rpm produce?

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    Quote Originally Posted by samui View Post
    sorry your x pwc for rinning to 88mph how many rpm produce?
    9K +.

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    My vote is for condensation.

    Leak test to make sure. You don't want to ingest water.
    Last edited by Sayers; 08-01-2011 at 05:01 AM. Reason: Added info

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