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    MSX 140 overhetting after 10 min.

    [FONT='Calibri','sans-serif']Hi! Today, I was raced with my MSX 140, after 10 min. I see that red led is blinking and in to the display warning critical temperature check eng.after checking I see that no water circulation, inlet pipe is clean, ,but when I’m open flash pipe, were water high temperature ,after ,that water wait out ,led over blinking, and my msx is went perfectly but only 10 minuets ,after thigh all once more, where is problem, what is the water circulation problem?[/FONT]


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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    Welcome to the Hulk. Have you checked your thermostat for proper operation? #10 in the pic. http://partsland.com/index.cgi?N=118...COOLING-SYSTEM

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    I'M taked him out ,and the same problem, i'm think, that thome ruber water line is closed ,must check what is...

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    when i connect flash kit in to the heads place, and start motor, hi is not overhetted, and temperature about 55-65,SO I,M THINK SOMETHING happend with inlet line...Can i drivewithout termostat? In Israel water about 30

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    If you mean 30* Celsius ,I'm sure you could. If you mean 30* Farenheit you'll need the thermostat for sure.

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    Celsius, but what you think about inlet line?

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    all it happend after replace engine, were raded 9 ours, and happend.

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    As long as it and all hoses are clear, you should be fine. Is your ski equipped with a rubber exhaust hose? If it is, check to see if it's soft or squishee feeling. It's possible it's collapsing under a load and causing the overheat.

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    rubber exhaust hose only in connection of exhaust, and all original fom factory, ok, today am open all connections and check with water connected at inlet hose.

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    See if that exhaust hose is soft, it shouldn't be. And don't run water through the engine without it running. You may fill the engine with water, which would be very bad.

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