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Old 08 Mar 2011, 02:01 am
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Default How deep of water can you go in on a Honda Crf 230f dirtbike?

How deep of water can you go in on a Honda Crf 230f dirtbike?
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Old 08 Mar 2011, 02:16 am
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As long as the intake and exhaust stay above the water you can go as deep as you want. Just use high temp silicone over the spark plug wires where they meet the block and connect to the distributer. As long as you keep those 3 in mind, you can put the whole thing under water and it will keep running.
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