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    Another Pro785 water routing question

    I have finally received my Jetworks valve in the mail (yea)
    I am reading many-many post on the subject and everyone concures that the Randy at watcon drawing is the best way to go,
    on my Stock 97 one do I need to change the restricters?

    And this may sound really stupid but which direction do I place the Jetworks valve in?
    Does the water circulate thru the inlet water manifold thu the valve towards the "D" fitting?
    or does it come in thru the jetworks valve and go out to the manifold away from the "D" fitting?

    standing by,


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    drawing to show parts

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    I am still a little confused as well with all this water routing stuff as well. Mine should be in the mail sometime soon. And I have the same question which way should the arrow go. I am routing mine Randy's way. And I was wondering if you can T in the line before the the water inlet from the pump without having to drill into the six water collector or chamber. Basically put the T in on the back side of the boat before the collectors. Like before the six water collectors? I hopethis makes some sense and someone can help us out. thanks

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    I just talked to Randy at Watcon, he said that the water flow goes towards the "D" from the water manifold, he even said that you can leave the water inlet line on the exhaust outlet, if you dont want to drill and tap into the water manifold,

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    Thanks!
    1. So the Line from C to D, The valve arrow needs to point towards D then Correct?

    2. And I was not going to drill into the water manifold. I was just going to T my D to C line on the A side of the water manifold on the water inlet line. Does this sound correct?

    Thanks again!

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    yes that is what he said,
    I saw some old post were LUGS(the pro expert) and a few were kicking around the difference with the 97 and the 98 models,
    The 97 had restrictors going to the stingers and the outlet pissers but the 98 had restrictors on the stingers only,
    also take out your thermostat all together,

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