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    07 RXP 135hrs rxp water drains from collant reservoir

    Hey everyone I left my 2007 seadoo RXP sitting in the ocean for 6 months because my trailer was stolen when I was at Catalina Island. Now the unit won't go past 45 MPH RPM's are fine and the supercharger was rebuilt about 20 hours ago with the metal washers. I also noticed that the coolant reservoir drains within 3 min of filling it while the engine is running. I do not see an obvious leak and there is no water in the oil so I rulled out the headgasket. The unit never overheated and the engine sounds great. any ideas?

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    barnacles on the impeller? where does the coolant go?

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    I cant find where the water goes that is the biggest problem. Also i put about 5 hours on it while it was running slow wouldn't that have taken the barnicals off if they were there? Could have the salt water eaten the impeller?

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    just because there isnt coolant in the oil, doesnt mean you dont have a blown HG...you could be just burning it off. if you reservoir is draining within 3 minutes, you definitely have a leak. maybe your rideplate drain bolt is leaking and thats why you dont see any coolant in the hull. gL

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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
    I cant find where the water goes that is the biggest problem. Also i put about 5 hours on it while it was running slow wouldn't that have taken the barnicals off if they were there? Could have the salt water eaten the impeller?
    no, the prop is stainless

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    how would i check for barnicals and if it was the ride plate wouldn't i see it comming out the bottom? I've been a mechanic my whole life but this one has me stumped

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    You would need to take the ski out the water to check the impeller and to check the drain bung on the ride plate. Borrow someone's trailer???

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    Yes I purchased a new trailer but i do not see water comming out of the bottom to inspect the impeller do i need to take the ride plate off? and why wouldn't i see the water in the hull (Car Mechanic not Marine)

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    I do not want to take the ride plate off if i do not have to I do not see barnicals from the outside. If I do take the ride plate off do I need a special sealent to put it back on?

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