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    yes...god i hope that's the right answer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    How many of you guys do this?
    I donít!! I put 90* fittings on the bottom rear of all my boxs then run the hose to a thru hull fitting were the drain plug was. Put a ball valve and presto. No more revving the motor at all
    Drains about a quart
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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    How many of you guys do this?
    Iím may blip the throttle once or twice, but no whereís near... near ....the red line, in fact not even close. Just enough just to clear the water out of the water-box and avoid any possible problems. I have heard in many videos here on Green Hulk, like you describe pegging the throttle with no load on the engine, and hitting the rev-limiter.

    Then they wonder why they crack the skirts of the pistons.

    CJ

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    I put mine in reverse a blip it a couple of times

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    I got 250 hrs out of my clutch

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    I usually hold mine wide open until I hear a pop or bang or see smoke or fire. I know I might be reducing the life of the engine a few hundred hours, but it is all worth it knowing I did my part in not spreading intrusive species.

    BTW - I am selling my ski. It has low hours.


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    Quote Originally Posted by not2fast View Post
    I usually hold mine wide open until I hear a pop or bang or see smoke or fire. I know I might be reducing the life of the engine a few hundred hours, but it is all worth it knowing I did my part in not spreading intrusive species.

    BTW - I am selling my ski. It has low hours.



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    3500 a couple of times when we are finished for the day, both are stored year round on a floating dock.


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    It’s the left trigger to clear the exhaust on the trailer. No way I can rev it too much with that

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    I follow the manuals recommended flush procedure, no good?

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