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Number one try not to submerge in water! Depending on the riding that you do, try not to get water in the air filter houseing, and try not to let engine sit in water long while crossing creeks. If water gets into the stator houseing which is located on the.... left side of the motor, it will short out and you are stuck with no spark. Other than that your good to go... GO RIDE!!!!!!!

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