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haha... that sucks....

i always wonder what you have to do after something like that... complete rebuild? Tear down?? you would think thier would be crap all in the motor.

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sum like that happened to me but i was at my local track and at least had the handle bars and seat over the water so i could get it out :applause:

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My dad said when his bike would get stuck in deep water he would have to hang it up side down and let all the water drain out.:applause:

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Yuck, That will ruin your whole day.:applause:

nnot just the whole day....more like the whole week, trying to clean/flush everything out:eek:

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I usually wheelie thru that shit i better think twice.

To answer loudandproud's question: If you get water in the motor usually take the spark plug out drain all the fluids put fresh in kick it thru for a while with out spark plug. Then repeat 2 or 3 times to make sure all the water is out.

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after something like that you would have to totally disassemble the motor----or else you will prolly have a catostrophic failure soon after
Hmm worked for my little Traxxas Tmaxx (nitro truck) i have heard people say do the same if you suck water in on a dirtbike.

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i would to a complete rebuild....u dont want ur bike crapping out on u while out riding

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I thought it usually goes somthing like this: "Selling XX250F, Well taken care of, Excellent bike, Only a few hours on it."

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I thought it usually goes somthing like this: "Selling XX250F, Well taken care of, Excellent bike, Only a few hours on it."

uhhh yup

thats how i do it

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