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Old 04-27-2009, 05:30 PM   #1
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Question Mogee Flood Line

Can someone who knows for sure draw a line on Mogee so I know what his travelling-thru-flood water level is?

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I wouldn't ride it through water that was higher than the line on the lower under the clutch cover.

To be honest, I wouldn't ride in standing water at all.
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as long as u don't get water into the airbox, or air inlets (next to the headlight) you should be ok
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I wouldn't ride it through water that was higher than the line on the lower under the clutch cover.

To be honest, I wouldn't ride in standing water at all.
agreed, assuming you don't get stuck in the rain on a long trip
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To be honest, I wouldn't ride in standing water at all.
Ya!!! Def!!! You don't know how deep it is until its too late!!!
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Riding thru standing water will make stick to your pipes and it will smell funky every time you ride, for a while.
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as long as u don't get water into the airbox, or air inlets (next to the headlight) you should be ok
This is incorrect!
There are crankcase vents, etc. that are lower than the airbox and you could VERY easily damage your motor.
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agreed, assuming you don't get stuck in the rain on a long trip
I've NEVER been in that big of a hurry when riding the bikes.

There's always time to pull off to safety.
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So...don't if possible but up to about the middle of wheels if necessary?
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. That's not much better than the car then.
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So...don't if possible but up to about the middle of wheels if necessary?
I wouldnt go that high. Your chain and rotors would got soaked with dirty water!!!
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If you can not see the pavement under the water stay out. If you get stuck and need a lift call. Unless you are in BFE.
It'd be around my neighborhood...I can ride the sidewalks for a fair portion, but there are a few places that are pretty dang deep at intersections. Guess I'd do better on the phifty. I could just pick it up and walk it through the worst parts.
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Just go for it. After the hurricane miranda and I went around and rode in some pretty deep water. It was fun. Just as soon as you get home wash everything really good and relube...
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If you hit any standing water at speed you could very easily wash out.

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Just go for it. After the hurricane miranda and I went around and rode in some pretty deep water. It was fun. Just as soon as you get home wash everything really good and relube...
You know me; I'll go for it...it's just best if I know what the outer limits are so I only push so far past them.
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falkryte, is that you in the pic? or was that just for shock value
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Ehh I rode mine Friday through water covering about 1/2 the engine and she was fine, when I got home I washed it off good with fresh water and then in the morning cleaned the chaim real good and lubed it.
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