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    Water in my hull while im riding!!

    was up guys i got a 2004 rxp with a weird situation goin on for some reason while im riding im getiing water in my hull .. ive checked all my lines my intercooler i have filled up my hull with water no water comes out ... while i have the ski sitting in the water no water comes in off or on!! what i have notice is its only while im riding so i guess basicly when there is water pressure in the pump area its coming in threw some were... can any 1 give me any ideas ?? thanks


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    How much water is there?

    Is it coolant or clear ?

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    Is the water hot or lake temp?

    Possibly carbon seal leaking under pressure....

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    no its not coolant its clear water ... water temp dont no but its cold water in the lake but i also get it with warm water in lake or ocean.. CARBON SEAL IS ELIMINATED

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    How do you know carbon seal is eliminated.

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    Make sure your syphon tubes are still in your venturi. If they are gone you will take water in while you ride instead of them syphoning out water. Happened to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by derekm View Post
    no its not coolant its clear water ... water temp dont no but its cold water in the lake but i also get it with warm water in lake or ocean.. CARBON SEAL IS ELIMINATED
    I meant is the water in your hull warm or cold.

    If it's warm, it's from the cooling system, if its cold, it's most likely leaking in the hull somewhere.

    how is the carbon seal eliminated?

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    I eliminated the carbon seal i bought that bearing kit that replaces it....the syphon lines i dont really get how they go but as i ride i look at the lines and i see on idle no water runs threw them but as i accelerate (moving forward) i see water running threw them i dont get it... WELL ITS HOT WATER DUE TO THE EXHAUST WARMING UP THE WATER .. I NO ITS NOT COOLANT BECAUSE FOR 1 ITS CLEAR AND 2 IM NOT LOW ON COOLANT NOR OVER FILLED

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    Ya, that's eliminated.

    The tubes only siphon once start moving.
    Which way is the water going?
    Be sure tubes are tied up high.

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    Check for a crack in the gelcote under the gas tank, or nose area, down to the fiberglass . Its how my 04' hull cracked, and blew out under the intake manifold on the inside...

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