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Water in exhaust - 2004 Honda CR 250 R

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  • Jim London
    Jim London May 11, 2010

    Hi, How much water are we talking about? This engine does have twin radiators but these engines do have a lot of condensation in certain weather, up to a tablespoon full is not uncommon. Is there a glycol solution(antifreeze) in the bike? If there is, do you notice any in the water coming from the exhaust?

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So you got water in your exhaust?

If so then just redo the engine Because it is going to rust then cease. or did it already cease? Because i race the world enduro series and its very common to see people water cease the bike instant ly i would need more info to provide a good answer.

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