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Ok, I've done a little research, but I'd like the view of the rest of the Rincon owners out there.. So far I've found out a few steps to waterproofing:

1)Re-Running the Carb. vent hoses up into the handlebar cluster..

2)Snorkle or vent plastic above air intake to stop steam inhalation of the intake..

3)Dielectric Grease all electrical connections:
a)ECU
b)Battery
c)spark plug
d)ignition coil
f)starter relay
g)all available connections

4)Learn how to ride in the deep stuff(water wheelie)

I know there might be a few other techniques.. Did I miss a few..? Please feel free to post what you think.. Thanks..
 

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I think you about got it covered.
 

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How about...stay out of deep water...Just kidding...But here in Nevada, except for Lake Mead there is no deep water :-(
 

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Well, here in South Florida there's plenty of water and you need to take an extra step. You need to Gator proof too!! A .44 magnum is usually adequate.
Have fun,
 
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