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    Possible water in Engine while flushing (RXT-215)

    Let a friend borrow my ski this weekend and he said he flushed it. He said he started the ski, then turned hose on, but then he turned ski off then hose. He said ski started right up after he removed hose, so is there a chance ski could of hydrolocked and there is no sign of milky oil. Not sure how long it sat with hose on and ski off


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    This is a prime example if why you should NEVER let a friend ride/borrow your ski....

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    You are correct, luckily lesson learned with just a scare

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