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I might be in the minority on this but I'd say after 2 changes, I'd just ride it out. The heat from the engine will steam that water right on out of there. If you rode it home, you've already run it w a high dose of water mixed in. To that point, I'd say if you aren't already that you should be running the engine for a "bit" between the changes anyways. Water will be up in the passages and the fastest way to move it out is to circulate it out.

Even I would have to gauge my dare devilishness against how much water is actually still mixed in. Although I can't tell you what that level would be without seeing it firsthand.

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