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Thread: Jet ski -- possible ways for the water to get inthe engine?
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Didn't hear previously about heat exchanger, doesn't change that
shouldn't overheat at slow speeds. Concur what's said below, and yes
it's usually exhaust valves that swallow, also due to many have hollow
stems with sodium for cooling the valve head. The engine does have a rev
limiter that can be set by the shop. Engine shouldn't of over revved to
float valves, operator should have set for conservative RPM, points to
either rev limiter not set/functioning properly, defective valve spring
or something sticking in the valve train, or of course a defective
valve. All of this points to the renter. Rev limiters are very common
today, being easy to implement.

We can talk all we want, and it's going to end up with who has the
biggest lever, but may be too late with credit card, many have a short
time (2 days) to protest, should check out with credit card, if later
you end up paying, there may be interest, etc. Might want to protest,
pay bill, then get credit later, find out proper procedure.

Bob Blick wrote:
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