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    H-TEMP

    Hi all

    My RXP 05 is bleeping H-TEMP, what can cause this????


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    blockage in the water cooling system, Intercooler stopped up.

    tell us more about your ski, mods and so forth

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    I've been told that the stock water flow is fine but once you put an after market IC and upgraded SC you need to take your pump off and widen the inlet hole (where the yellow tab is) by 3/16 of an inch to cool the manifold better. I just melted my manifold last week and now I'm getting Steve Friebe's upgrade to Stainless Steel done. Steve has been great to work with. http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=25478
    I don't want to have this problem again so I will be opening that inlet up for a cooler running ski.

    Anyone else out there do this inlet mod yet?

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    hmm intresting I too just got one of Steves manifolds are you talking about widening the washer in the pump?

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    That yellow water reducer is calibrated for the IC models as is the Red reducer for the non IC models. I really haven`t heard of to many people drilling that hole larger. there could be issues with to much flow or pressure... Somewhere there are threads on members testing this. I think Kinchyle is one of them...PR...

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    I took it out completely when I first had overheating issues and paid for it. The additional pressure will/can pop you're aftermarket IC.

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    Do not totally remove the yellow washer, I was told that only a 3/16 inch increase would work - more than that it will create too much water pressure.

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    My RXP is stock.

    when i heared the buzzer with HI-TEMP, i swiched off and pull the seat, i let the engine cool down, and i start again. I tried 4 times WOT and no faults.

    But I'm still worried to make it again.

    is there any problems in J pipe ???

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    Here are the results of widening the washer. The stock washer hole 5/16 of an inch - I widened mine to 3/8 of an inch and rode the heck out of it for three hours. Guess what? No more heat issue as suggested by Perry Performance Group.

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    Throwing this back up. I was getting overheat alarm at WOT this year, strainer is in, other mods in sig. I plugged my flush outlet, no more alarms, but lost 100 rpm. I opened up my 3 J pipe holes a good size larger last year already

    Couple questions: anybody else open up their yellow washer slightly as mentioned above? And how big has anyone drilled the 3 J pipe pisser holes? I ordered a spare yellow washer and am contemplating drilling mine to 3/8 as suggested above. I want my 100 rpms back!

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