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Old 08-30-2015, 08:07 AM   #20
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Another quick indicator of cooling system health is the length of the water vapor trail at the exhaust outlet. A foot or three of white vapor is normal at higher RPMs during a normal summer day. If it grows longer than say 5-10 ft or so before disipating, the reason is the water is leaving at a higher than normal temp and needs to be investigated. Cool, damp weather days also cause longer plumes.
1984 Monk 36 Hull #46
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