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    water in the engine

    installed a new engine in my sea doo RXP with a riva stage II now I m getting water in the engine mix with oil. Is it possible that I mix the intercooler water hose? would that bring water into the engine?


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    Quote Originally Posted by rolo2230 View Post
    installed a new engine in my sea doo RXP with a riva stage II now I m getting water in the engine mix with oil. Is it possible that I mix the intercooler water hose? would that bring water into the engine?
    No the intercooler hoses can be run either way, but it does sound like you I/C maybe leaking on the inside putting water in the air intake.

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    thanx for the help what can i do to take water out

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