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Thread: Jet ski -- possible ways for the water to get inthe engine?
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It would seem like extended low speed operation would be a normal
situation - "No Wake Zone" until out in open water. Check with others.
Could even go to a dealer, and say - I have an extended slow speed area
where I go frequently, is that an issue. A hot engine can cause warping,
and gasket issues. Also when the head is replaced on many engines,
including the 1.9L Ford escort, it is required to replace the head
bolts. If that head was pulled previously, they should have paper work
to indicate they bought new bolts in addition to the gasket. There are
just so many angles to this, it's hard to bring out everything on first
or 2nd go around.

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