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    winterising question 92 650

    Im winterising my polaris 650sl for the first time I have read that there is an extra section that you have to drian manually but can find where it is any help would be great picstures even better


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    I think you're referring to draining the fuel out of the tank. I drain mine out when I winterize and use it on my car. Much better than using additives to keep the fuel from going bad in my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by urugol View Post
    I think you're referring to draining the fuel out of the tank. I drain mine out when I winterize and use it on my car. Much better than using additives to keep the fuel from going bad in my opinion.
    He is referring to the fact that the 92 had a water cooled crank case. The hoses at the bottom of the block can be pulled to drain water from the case.

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    yes the water cooled crank is what im refering to can you post a picture or something im new to pwc engines

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    Quote Originally Posted by garrykeddy View Post
    yes the water cooled crank is what im refering to can you post a picture or something im new to pwc engines
    All of these components will need to be free of water.....

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    ok just bare with me I cant find anythign like this in my jetski do I have to take the engine out ?
    I found this http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=109531 but my ski doesnt seem to have this part there a big plastic tube Ill post a pic
    again bare with me im a noob at this but the local shop wants $250 bucks to do this

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    That looks like a 93. What are the last two digits of your hull ID number??

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    its a 92 according to the vin so if I under stand this right I do see the hose in my engine so I just hook a hose up and dump antifreeze with the engine running

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