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    thanks skip been waiting along time for this i gather it should clear up any condensation issues
    as you are awhere i few of us have a similar setup, with my rear exhaust manifold drain i plummed it to exit the hull with a 45deg 1/2" through hull fitting, as i was worried of over overheat. you obviuosly have had no problems in blocking it (mine was originally blocked).
    as you now have no flushing point for the i/c do you just remove the top hose to flush or dont bother, how important is it to run water through the i/c whilst the motor is running on the hose? is it safe or do temps get to high?

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    very nice

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    skip noticed this some time ago there seems to be a change in the exhaust manifold fittings from the '07 to the '09 can you confirm this or is it a typo on the parts finders? as some may do the mod but still have the wrong fittings!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicjak View Post
    thanks skip been waiting along time for this i gather it should clear up any condensation issues
    as you are awhere i few of us have a similar setup, with my rear exhaust manifold drain i plummed it to exit the hull with a 45deg 1/2" through hull fitting, as i was worried of over overheat. you obviuosly have had no problems in blocking it (mine was originally blocked).
    as you now have no flushing point for the i/c do you just remove the top hose to flush or dont bother, how important is it to run water through the i/c whilst the motor is running on the hose? is it safe or do temps get to high?



    push that on the thru hull fitting that is attached to the top outlet of the intercooler and it will flush it out....

    the above part can be bough from blowsion

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    push that on the thru hull fitting that is attached to the top outlet of the intercooler and it will flush it out....

    the above part can be bough from blowsion
    Yep thats what we use, just gotta cut down the meatal part some.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicjak View Post
    skip noticed this some time ago there seems to be a change in the exhaust manifold fittings from the '07 to the '09 can you confirm this or is it a typo on the parts finders? as some may do the mod but still have the wrong fittings!!

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