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Thread: Jet ski -- possible ways for the water to get in theengine?
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Vitaliy wrote:
> I just called a local dealer, and he told me that there are no such
> mechanisms ("the watercraft is designed to operate in an upright
> position") -- there are two air intakes, one in the front and one in
> the back. The rider is responsible for turning the craft over within
> 15 seconds to prevent water from entering the engine.

15 seconds is a surprisingly long time.  So what did they say would happen
if water did get sucked into the air intake?  You might also show them the
pictures and as if they think this is consistant with the craft getting
rolled or some other cause.  The easiest way to get off the hook would be
for Kawasaki to say the damage is not consitant with rider abuse.

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