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I till over my bike in some water. It did get some water in the engine what do?

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DO not turn the engine over. Drain and replace all fluids, including the fuel. Replace air filter(s). Open almost everything and drain water. You can use air to help. Unplug all multi-plugs and completely dry with blown air.
Pull plugs and turn engine over. This will expel excess fluid. Put plugs back in. Start the unit. Run until quite warm, but do not ride it hard. Work out any misfiring.
Drain and replace all fluids, while still warm. Then run the unit again for longer than 20 minutes after fully warm.
Make note not to ride in water again.
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