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    the best jetwork bypass fitting choice

    got the island racing jetwork
    i need help to decide where to locate the water out bypass
    picture will halp alot


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    water out bypass

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    the hose running on the bottom of this picture(not with the blue jetworks valve) runs from that part of the stinger (you tap into that stinger exhaust)


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    then this cooling bypass hose is cut leaving about 4 inches from the transom under the battery box, it then ties into a stealth fitting(Y shaped)
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    the 4 inch hose now left from the transom goes into the single side of the "Y" and the other two hoses go into the other 2 parts of the "Y" fitting.
    This is just for the water outlet not leaving through the waterbox, as for the incoming water......

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    i dont have the stealth i need athru hule fitting pic
    thanks

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    the stinger drain does a better job on the bottom of the pipe..although its a PITA come stinger removal time compared to top...

    drain from the bottom does not leave water sitting in stinger after a ride like the top does

    ok if you ride fresh water only but not so good if you ride salt

    get a stealth fitting..i had mine under grab bar and it would not drain correct unless the revs were up pushing it out sio changed to stealth and was very happy

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetdave56 View Post
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    the hose running on the bottom of this picture(not with the blue jetworks valve) runs from that part of the stinger (you tap into that stinger exhaust)


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    then this cooling bypass hose is cut leaving about 4 inches from the transom under the battery box, it then ties into a stealth fitting(Y shaped)
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    the 4 inch hose now left from the transom goes into the single side of the "Y" and the other two hoses go into the other 2 parts of the "Y" fitting.
    This is just for the water outlet not leaving through the waterbox, as for the incoming water......
    dood what`s up with those clamps???

    izik, I installed a fitting in the exhaust elbow. I didn`t want drill any holes in the hull... and it keeps the ski quieter at speeds...

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    i like that
    the ir kit have 2 straight brass so i guess i am gonna have to look for one

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    clamps

    sorry, Andy i don't understand, i double clamped the hose from the bypass outlet in to the "Y" stealth, probably overkill. I notice these hoses fit good and snug in the barb fittings and stealth, be hard to come off.I will be talking about my jetworks build in "projects section", i mention and credit you in my thread so be nice...

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndyGPR View Post
    dood what`s up with those clamps???

    izik, I installed a fitting in the exhaust elbow. I didn`t want drill any holes in the hull... and it keeps the ski quieter at speeds...

    Its official... Your too old...

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    Installs look good guys. Dave, if you get bored swap those straight barbed fittings in the stinger with 90 degree fittings. The 90 degree fittings will pass around the mid wall easier and tidy things up.

    I never ran any stealth fittings....cause everyone knows that a GPR is cooler with a bunch of pissers blowing water off the back!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetdave56 View Post
    sorry, Andy i don't understand, i double clamped the hose from the bypass outlet in to the "Y" stealth, probably overkill. I notice these hoses fit good and snug in the barb fittings and stealth, be hard to come off.I will be talking about my jetworks build in "projects section", i mention and credit you in my thread so be nice...
    hahahaha, no prob Dave...

    I should have said: remove those clamps and install correct size... you want at least a few slots poking thru the clamp, and one good clamp will seal better...

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