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    PWCToday.com Is My Home Away From Home AC 46's Avatar
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    Re: 2015 SVHO Catastrophic failure from water ingestion

    Probably have what you need to fix but thats a wicked shipping bill
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    Re: 2015 SVHO Catastrophic failure from water ingestion

    what kind of air filter were you running? Open or with air box?
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    Re: 2015 SVHO Catastrophic failure from water ingestion

    Quote Originally Posted by David3aces View Post
    what kind of air filter were you running? Open or with air box?
    Stock in box
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    Re: 2015 SVHO Catastrophic failure from water ingestion

    Quote Originally Posted by Canadian Swamp King View Post
    Bent valves and rods, along with various metal bits and shavings in oil caused by over compression from water ingestion. Motor knocked a bit before quitting. Still turns over, but no fire.
    How many rods and valves are bent: usually water ingestion bend rods, not the valves. when intercooler start leaking it mist water into intake and makes you loosing top end first, spark plugs tips are coated with a white crust, after sitting tip start rusting on all plugs, not only one . to bend a rod you need a lot of water to come in at once, like ski flipped over, air box filled with water, restart immediately after being back upright and full speed run, water does not have time to drain out of the box, wet air filter would be a sign.
    while tearing engine apart i would check cam and crank timing to make sure it is not a chain jump.

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