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    water in engine

    Inadvertanly I left my carb breather assem/flame arrest. Off with the seat off and it rained last night. Pretty sure water got ino my crank case what woul the best way to drain it out be? It's trailered in my driveway so it will be difficult to turn to the ski on the exhaust side and let it drain out the exhaust. Any ideas?

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    What I'd do......

    Pull plugs out and crank it over, if it will crank over without the lanyard in do it that way otherwise you'll want to ground the plug wires so u don't cause any damage to your ignition stator. Crank it til it stops blowing water out the plug holes, if no water blows out put plugs back in and hook up plug wires and see if it will fire up. Can't run it for long out of the water so you'd wanna take it to the launch and run it in the water strapped to the trailer so the engine gets warm enough to vaporize any residual water. Might be a good idea to fog it once or twice after that just to be safe.

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    Do that asap.

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