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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-26-2008, 04:10 PM
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razor through deep water

I just got my razor (2008) three months ago... I've runned it thru not to deep water twice, and right after that it suddenly won't go forward or backwards either, no matter how hard I hit the gas or shift the transmision... it will move very slow, and it stays like that for a while and then it just will run normaly..

Is this normal... cause I have seen other razors go very very deep (youtube).
Have they made any changes or what?? I will apreciate any coments.. Thanks
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I just got my razor (2008) three months ago... I've runned it thru not to deep water twice, and right after that it suddenly won't go forward or backwards either, no matter how hard I hit the gas or shift the transmision... it will move very slow, and it stays like that for a while and then it just will run normaly..

Is this normal... cause I have seen other razors go very very deep (youtube).
Have they made any changes or what?? I will apreciate any coments.. Thanks
The reason for you machine not wanting to pull itself after going threw water is due to you getting water in the belt housing. All the RZR's and such you see going through really deep water have snorkel kits.

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