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    I read another jet ski article (I am not sure if it is the same brand) that said that its Zero motor was water-cooled, which I thought was interesting. My feeling is that Zero's SR models might be in need of water-cooling, but if Zero has a water-cooled version of the motor available to the public, it is news to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard230 View Post
    I read another jet ski article (I am not sure if it is the same brand) that said that its Zero motor was water-cooled, which I thought was interesting. My feeling is that Zero's SR models might be in need of water-cooling, but if Zero has a water-cooled version of the motor available to the public, it is news to me.
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