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    flushing rxtx255

    so i went to flush my ski today and i did it totally backwards. I started the water then started the ski, i let it for about 30 seconds then cut the ski off then the water. after doing this i realized i did it backwards. the ski is brand new with about 15 hours. what do i do???? much help appreciated, I am very concerned about ruining the motor and the dealership said this wouldnt be covered under warranty and they would know if it is flushed backwards.


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    Quote Originally Posted by just2quick_rxtx View Post
    so i went to flush my ski today and i did it totally backwards. I started the water then started the ski, i let it for about 30 seconds then cut the ski off then the water. after doing this i realized i did it backwards. the ski is brand new with about 15 hours. what do i do???? much help appreciated, I am very concerned about ruining the motor and the dealership said this wouldnt be covered under warranty and they would know if it is flushed backwards.

    how long was the water running after you turned off the motor?

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    Your probably ok, to be on safe side take plugs out and turn it over, if no water comes spurting out stick the plugs back in and check it starts, blow out the water then you will be fine

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    If you turned the water on, then started your ski and took the same time to turn off the water then you are probably ok. If you lolly gagged around and took longer then you may have some troubles. Like someone else said, take the plugs out and turn it over and see what happens. If it seems ok, then start it to evac the water in the exhaust.

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