I recently bought this Seagull Extra 260 with a Pterodactyl 36-r motor and on it's second flight (first with new prop) the motor suddenly went nuts, plane went into a spiral dive that I couldn't pull out of, and the plane ended up in about 1-2 feet of water. After a trip to walmart for boots, I waded out and retrieved the plane. Drained all the water from the fuselage, disconnected battery, took all the foam coverings off (BEC, ignition, etc...) and put the plane in the trailer to dry out.
Pulled it into the house today to start working on it (1 week post-crash) and when I pulled the plug on the engine water came pouring out of the cylinder
I've pulled the head off and dried everything out as best I can. Parts are NOT moving freely though and it seems like there's some residue or rust that formed already. What's the best thing to use for lubricant before putting it back together? Or do I need to tear it down completely.
PS: I was pleasantly shocked to find only a rip in the wing monokote and a destroyed propellor for damage after the crash.
Thanks in advance.