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Old Yesterday, 01:04 PM
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Flush Pro vs. fake a lake

Hi all, quick question for you. I have a 2012 X2 with a flush pro fitting between the sea strainer and the raw water pump. Can I use the flush pro to run the engine out of the water or do I need to use a fake-a-lake? Just had some tower cans put on and they used a fake-a-lake to run the engine to make sure the system didn't pick up engine whine. I monitored the engine temps and it looked fine but I had forgotten that I had a flush pro. I'm the second owner and have never used the flush pro. Thoughts? Thanks.
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Flush pro works great. If you are trying to warm up the engine, you have to throttle back the hose a bit. The water pressure and cold water will not allow me to warm up the engine in the fall for winterization.
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