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@lovestoski66:  Do you have a question or is that simply a statement? 

There are several ways to end up with water in the oil, it would be helpful to provide some more info such as:  did this happen right after winter storage, after an overheat scenario, an over speed or after some mechanical work was done on the engine?  How many hours?

Likely ways for water to enter crankcase:  cracked exhaust manifold, cylinder head, cylinder sleeve, damaged or worn out intake manifold gasket or head gasket.  A hard reverse particularly with a lot of weight in the boat could introduce water to the combustion chamber.


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