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    Apr 2007
    Melbourne, FL

    Flushing With WD-40?

    Would it be good or stupid to use some wd-40 in the cooling system after flushing with fresh water? I was thinking that I could either pour or spray just enough in at the end of the flush to get it to spit out the back after a ride. Sometime I don't run the ski for several weeks after a long weekend. TIA! - John

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    I wouldn't, I don't think it will ever make it's way out the back. There is a lot of plumbing in this ski with the air to water intercooler. If you are worried about corrosion, why not some RV type anti-freeze - it's anti-corrosive and I think it's environmentally safe (check on that, I'm not 100% sure).

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