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I pulled them immeditely and extracted all the water i could. I poured a little alcohal in the tops of the cylinders , what do you think ?
 

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i was wondering how you got the water out because my XP limited has water in the motor which i believe is from when the marina was flooded during the spring. just wondering how you were able to get the water out?
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would you suggest to tip the machine on its side to drain the water out because of how much is in there. it was under water for at least 5 days
 

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Pull your spark plugs and tip the jetski over and crank it with the plugs out. Get as much water out as possible and then take out a little more. Make sure you dry the plugs and then run it.
 

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Um, is this true for all 'flips'? We just got our 1989 Waverunners and had kids flip them for a cpl minutes while they were trying to learn to balance on them. I did not see any water in the engine compartment (did check that after the flip). I also looked for plugs, but could not find any. Anyone know where I'd draing these if I did see water in the compartment? Thanks in advance
 
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