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    JFizzleJR's Avatar
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    Aug 2005


    The OEM injectors were being removed from my RXP and the fuel rail was not emptied of fuel. Needless to say there is fuel spilled on the top of the engine from one port. The ski won't be running for a few weeks. I'm not sure how quickly the gas will evaporate because I'm no scientist. Other than wiping up the visible gas with a clean rag, my question is: what can be done?

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    GOTTA PAY TO PLAY!!! rocko672's Avatar
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    dont worry about should be fine it evaporates pretty gas tank vent hose cracked at the fitting at the tank and when i filled up i spilled about a half gallon of fuel in the hull with no problems

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    Water Bum Rodneyae's Avatar
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    Dec 2006
    Roanoke, Va
    Just make sure your insurance is paid up. Then strike a match. Just kidding, By now the gas should have evaprated, and you should have no problems.


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