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    My fizzle takes time to piss to when first launched... BUT that being said I blow out all cooling lines with air too. its free, and simple. why not.

    I get a good amount of water out of the Fizzle dedicated line. Blowing from Flush port to pisser, and backwards to pump.
    Then I move to the motor flush, blow out engine from flush to pump and oil cooler, and voltage regulator.
    I also blow out the Turbo cooling but its about to be take off for some tweaks anyway. but either way there is some water in the lines and air is free...


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    Good point. It usually never freezes here where I live, but we did have a week long snow storm last year.

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