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    water in cylinders need help! 20005 rxt

    well today i made the mistake of turning the water on before the jet ski and water has now back in to all three cylinders. before i knew this i tried cranking the motor and it didn't turn over. i now have the plugs out and most of the water out of the cylinders. would it be a good idea to try and start it or will that create more damage?


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    Quote Originally Posted by gotboost2005 View Post
    i ment 2005
    You need to change your oil first mate then start it then change the oil and filter ,run it then check oil if it still has a cream color to it change it again until is normal then change the plugs for good measure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ski33 View Post
    You need to change your oil first mate then start it then change the oil and filter ,run it then check oil if it still has a cream color to it change it again until is normal then change the plugs for good measure.


    even if the oil looks good still? no cream color at all?

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    If the oil looks good fire her up. Then recheck the oil.

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    and don't waste any time either...speed is life in this circumstance.

    Buy the cheapest oil you can find..if your oil turns milky

    find a whole bunch of info on dealing with flooded skis.

    again..time is of the essence....

    don't "put this off" till tomorrow.

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    I'd do at least 2 oil changes with cheap Walmart oil...don't bother with a filter til you put the good stuff in

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    Spray some oil into the cylinders and crank it over.
    Then put the plugs in and fire it up.
    Check your oil after and change 2-3 times if its milky.
    If its milky after 2-3 times take it out and ride it for 20-30 min and it will evaporate the rest of the water out.
    Good luck!!

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    The quicker this is done the longer life of the engine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    If the oil looks good fire her up. Then recheck the oil.
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