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  1. #1

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    Jun 2008

    Waveblaster flush kit

    Ok guys I've been looking for awhile and can't seem more than one person giving the same answer. I've got my WB1 torn apart at the moment so it's time to add a flush kit. I bought one of the ones with a T fitting and am trying to find the best place to splice it in.

    Right now I'm thinking between the pump and pipe. It a 95 engine with a Pro-tec F series pipe, stock head and no pissers so backflushing isn't an option right now.

    Thanks guys.

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    Stop staring at my tits NJJer's Avatar
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    Jul 2008
    This house or that house
    In the line from the pump tp the engine is where mine is at on all 3. One was another way, but I changed it to standardize them all.

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    Jun 2008
    Cool, sounds good. I'm glad someone was able to confirm this before I did it.
    Thanks again.

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