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    Flushed without engine running in 15 sec.. 4-tec

    I happend to flush my 4tec witout engine running in 15-30sec with low pressure and no stream out the pisser.
    Afraid of water in engine..but all sparkplugs were dry after running it properly a few times, with correct pressure an stream out the pisser.Oil on dipstick was also
    good as gold!

    Do i still have water in engine?


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    You're fine. I tip my ski back and do it all the time. If you're nose down with a stock exit I'd definitely pull the plugs and turn it over

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    Hope so..the ski is on a trailer with a 20 degree nose up...so guess we are fine then?

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    I seriously wouldn't worry. If the oil is fine and the plugs are dry what else do you have to worry about

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