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Ok I have a 91' ninja 600. I was changing the plugs in the engine, and got the 2 outside plugs out fine. To get the inner plugs out I needed to remove the Coolant hoses from the top of the engine(the frame and hoses made it the only way to get at the plugs). So when I pulled the hoses, I managed to get coolant in both the outside cylinders.:(
So, what do I do to get the coolant out of them? Besides turning the bike upside down and pouring it out?
 

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what little/lot there was, has now probably dribbled down past the rings and has ended up with the oil.....if you feel there was a tremondous amount then drain the oil and refill with new.......

If there was a small amount, then you could drain the oil into a clean container, then re pour the oil back into the motor omitting the coolant.

if is has somehow stayed in the cylinder and have it quite filled, then rolling the motor over with the plugs removed with the electric starter will evac the fluid......small mess, but cureable

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