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    Question quick help please Factory B pipe extra water connection wheer does it go!

    ok I thought I was about finished with my sons blaster and was going to take it for a ride today but when I start it then turn the water on no water comes out the other side of the engine instead I can hear it running down in the hull I turned it off and traced all the water line removed the battery box and checked the back , I turned the hose on light and it sounds like the water is running under the engine it self

    Before I pull everything loose and take the motor back out does anyone have an idea of what it mite be?
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    extra water connection on B1 blaster B pipe where doe it go?

    ok I fell stupid but better now after finding it ..lol at least I know its a simple fix and should still be ready when my son gets home next weekend

    There is a extra water fitting in the bottom of the exhaust manifold that bolts to the engine it is circled in yellow on my expert drawing ..lol where the heck is this fitting suppose to connect to ? when I asked originally about the B pipe water connection no one showed this particular fitting

    drawing key:
    Red = water nipple
    Blue = water line
    Brown = brass T's and adjustment valve
    Yellow = my problem where was this supposed to connect???????






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    keep in mind that it's extremely hard for people to help when they have NO IDEA WHAT YEAR, MODEL, ENGINE SIZE, PICS of the ski you are working on.

    That being said, this *might* help.

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    Thanks I thought the post was clear enough but maybe not and thanks for the break down drawing but I need one for the Factory B-pipe I really only need to know about the extra tapped water connection as mentioned the engine is fine

    B1 blaster where form I think 91 until 96 mine is actual a 93 with a little 701 for right now
    B-pipe is the type of tunable exhaust

    anyone have any ideas of the water connection circled in yellow on my drawing? can I just plug it or what?

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    thanks but that is a stock exhaust

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