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    getting water in oil (a very helpful video)

    Here is a video i made that will be very helpful to determine were the water is coming from. And also want to thank Uva in Miami for pointing me in the right direction to were the leak may be. Thank you, Jim

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    great find Jim !!!
    very usefull info too !!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JIM'S PERFORMANCE View Post
    Here is a video i made that will be very helpful to determine were the water is coming from. And also want to thank Ova in Miami for pointing me in the right direction to see were the crack is. Thank you, Jim

    Jim you mean Uva ( U JET ) in miami, and what type of wheel they were having on that ski

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    Correct Mike. And is using a ET big boost wheel.

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    getting water in oil (a very helpful video)

    Great detective work there! Hopefully I never have to barrow it though

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    Jim again thanks for the info. This type problem could take someone with very little experience forever to find this. I also hope this is a isolated problem. Bob

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    Creative find Jim Thanks for sharing and I hope its isolated as well. If it was loose in one place and tight in another that will cause a crack. I would think.

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    Great info and great find.

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    Good job Jim sharing your information with the forum folks, Well here we go MORE BOOST= MORE HORSEPOWER =MORE PROBLEMS This is just the way $hit happens, Tommy Jordan

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    Good job Jim sharing your information with the forum folks, Well here we go MORE BOOST= MORE HORSEPOWER =MORE PROBLEMS This is just the way $hit happens, Tommy Jordan
    Ya, when I watched the video I thought the same thing (great info / video BTW). A chain is only as strong as its weakest link. And what I see as these things get "modded" to various stages and levels, the "weakest link" tends to move around . . . . the Clutch, the Pistons, the Cranks, etc. I don't know . . . .

    Good info here nonetheless. JB

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