just turn the starter over and let the engine push the water out thats what i do. i drown my exaust end all the time and all i do is turn the engine over till it fires up and i havent had any problems yet. i would check the oil for water first though if it's not milky then you are ok.
That last responce is so true it could result in a bent rod or further damage to the rings or even the head... the carbs are easy to access, get some carb cleaner and give that thing a good bath, turn it over w/ the plug out and the fuel valve off until it doesnt spray any fluids out, replace carb and run it
yeah it's half experience, meaning i've swamped her about 4 times. and half that i sell parts for a dealership and people always come in and say, i swamped it and tried to start it....now it wont run...or now it makes noise...lol
i guess water never made it to my cylinder because i have never had a problem with stating it after drowning maybe i was lucky and had a vaper lock so water couldn't get into the cylinder. also i have never had water in the crank case i check my oil and diffs after every water run.
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