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Old 08-21-2008, 12:37 AM   #14
AliBaba
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Originally Posted by Frank Warner
A problem area is the carby breathing/drain hole .. it is on the bottom of the float bowel.. if that is block by water long enough (say 50 - 100 metres) than it drags water into the float bowel and the bike trys to run on water rather than petrol. HPN/Tortech (sp?) offer a solution .. pricy but if you want to run submerged ...
Itís 13.50Ä from HPN, but I guess you can make it yourself

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Originally Posted by Frank Warner
As noted above - water on the clutch can be a problem .. as it is for 4WDs (manuals). Don't use the clutch while submerged and you won't have a problem. Use it once and it should not do too much harm, the more you use it the more problem (slipping) you will have.
I havenít tried it but I guess a ceramic clutch like this will work better.
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