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    HOW TO: Install OEM Bilge Pump 2010 Seadoo rxtx 260

    1st here is the pdf file for the install.



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    Some pics in no order.
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    Nice job. How would you rate the job on a PITA scale? Does the pump have an automatic float?

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    I'm not thrilled about the placement of the outlet...I'll post pics of my installation tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Throttlemire View Post
    Nice job. How would you rate the job on a PITA scale? Does the pump have an automatic float?
    It wasn't bad at all. There's a dedicated spot in the hull for the bilge and used the supplied screws to clamp it down. No automatic float. Addicted mention Rule pumps are rated to run dry and that's why OEM uses them. Basic hand tools and a hole saw. Instructions state 1 1/16" but I ended up using a 1" and it worked perfect. I made several copies of the template just incase.


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    Quote Originally Posted by stuckmoto View Post
    I'm not thrilled about the placement of the outlet...I'll post pics of my installation tomorrow.
    Did you end up with the OEM kit or made one yourself? Standing by for your pics.


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    Have inserted this pump very easily and it feels good to have if disaster strikes.

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    BILGE PUMP KIT
    Keeps engine compartment dry. Includes 460 gph bilge pump, stainless steel
    mounting bracket, bilge fitting, hose and hardware necessary for installation.
    295 100 359 – MODELS WITH iS, 2010 GTX,
    RXT, RXT-X, WAKE PRO
    $119.99

    Ordered it from 4-TEC

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    Just looking at this install and how it goes into the original fusebox.

    Is there room to add extra fuses to run things like A/F meters.

    If so does anyone know the type of terminal that could be used that will stay in the fuseblock?

    im guessing the original wires have small seals as well.

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    Here are pics of my install. I wanted to know when water was pumping so I put it's outlet by my left foot. Last pic is of my ON/OFF switch. I didn't know how to go about it so just put it there. In the future I may change it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by RXT-260-DOO View Post
    Here are pics of my install. I wanted to know when water was pumping so I put it's outlet by my left foot. Last pic is of my ON/OFF switch. I didn't know how to go about it so just put it there. In the future I may change it...
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    Nice setup!

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