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    Water in engine, grey sludge, counter balance shaft oil or 2 stroke oil?

    Hi folks,

    Unfortunately, I managed to get water in my Seadoo 951 di engine. After much hassle cleaning plugs 30+ times, I've managed to get the engine started!

    There was a lot of grey sludge in the crank case that kept on fouling the plugs, would that have been 2-stroke oil & water, or gear oil & water?

    Is the counter balance shaft isolated from the crank / crank case? Or does the oil now need to be changed?

    Any help would be really great, thanks!

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    The counter balance shaft compartment is sealed and isolated from the crank/crankcase. This would not be effected by the water intrusion.

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