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    Jul 2014
    Warwick, RI

    2014 Yamaha VXR Water in hull

    I'm wondering if having around a quart of water in the hull after riding is normal ? There is around a half quart in the engine compartment and half quart in the exhaust compartment . I've previously had a gp800 and a gp1200 back in the day and don't remember water in either hull after riding. I have read about using reverse without the check valve and water coming in on the earlier VXR's but mine does have the check valve. I ride mostly in the ocean and am am a little worried about the salt water splashing around. Yesterday, I used it for a few hours and the same quart of water was there and I didn't even use reverse.

    Any feedback is appreciated.

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    big john's Avatar
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    Sep 2010
    Cocoa Beach, Florida, United States
    yes, always had water in mine after a day of riding

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    1200 stx-r's Avatar
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    Jul 2007
    very common..... just drive faster and never stop...hull stays dry !!!!!

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    infamous's Avatar
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    Oct 2010
    Long Island, NY
    Always in my hull after a ride. Using my wet vac to remove it is part of my post ride maintenance. 185hrs and clean as a whistle.

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