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    Flushing

    Would it be better for carbon seal if you had another hose pointing at it when you are running the ski on the hose ? If you did have another hose spraying water at the carbon ring could you run it on the hose longer ?


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    there is no need to flush any longer then 2-3 minutes...

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    What I am going to do next time I change my oil and want the ski to fully operational temps is fill the hull with water over the carbon seal. This way it will be cooled and I won't have to worry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by _Lurker_
    What I am going to do next time I change my oil and want the ski to fully operational temps is fill the hull with water over the carbon seal. This way it will be cooled and I won't have to worry.
    Huh? I haven`t heard of anyone doing that!?
    Hey where`s the Beer?

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