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    Flipped my Ultra 250X over and got water in the engine

    Has anyone dealt with this situation? I have pulled the plugs and have been trying to "pump" out the water that way. Any suggestions?


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    14mm nut on end of intake manifold towards the front needs to be removed and water taken out of there. Next change oil and filter at least three times. Or until no water in oil, then check fuel if water got in there. DO THIS NOW!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hilomikey View Post
    14mm nut on end of intake manifold towards the front needs to be removed and water taken out of there. Next change oil and filter at least three times. Or until no water in oil, then check fuel if water got in there. DO THIS NOW!!!!
    Ditto that and look up teammotos site. Skip did a write up on it. How the hell did you flip it? Was it under long? Did you turn it clockwise? Any mods to air box or air tubes?? Either way move fast w/ whatever you do!!

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    I hope that you are ok.. gotta be careful on that thing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Derby View Post
    Has anyone dealt with this situation? I have pulled the plugs and have been trying to "pump" out the water that way. Any suggestions?
    firstly pull the plugs and spray the shit out of the cylinders with crc etc
    crank over do again.

    Remove hose on the outlet of charger and fog it now ( super charger )
    as per skips site.
    atleast this will stop some of the corrosion forming


    get the hose of the throttle body start the ski and fog the engine


    Yes you will have water in you intercooler so do as suggested

    it will need to be flushed / dried out if water keep coming out of it ( remove it to be sure )

    Just dont wait more than 30 seconds

    Waz

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    "Ditto that and look up teammotos site" can't find this do you have a link

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    Wow an old thread.. team moto is gone

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