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    1995 SL750 bilge pump kit?

    Anyone know where I can get an aftermarket sump/bilge pump kit? These models didnt come with one and my SKI is gonna flood i think

    after 6 hours on the lake it gets a little full/heavy


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    I'll give ya a 360 GPH pump..

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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    Find the leak and repair it.

    Are the siphon hoses clear and working?

    The 750 uses 2 siphons and if they can't keep up with the water entering the ski, you have a MAJOR leak.

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    honestly i was reading another post and seen them ask what the hose was, and i THINK i may have moved it up from the bottom of the hull thinking it was "something else" that should be sucking up water... lol... im at work now (work 3rds) so tomorrow morning ill be looking

    Any pictures as to where the hose starts / ends and what diameter it should be?

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    Is it like this one?
    bailer hose. Just put the pick-up (screen) back toward the rear of the hull. The jet pump creates a vacuum, and will draw out water that leaks into the hull

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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    That's 1 of them.

    There is a small plastic piece at the top of the hull that the siphon is connected to. It has a TINY hole in it. Make sure the hole is clear, do not open it up, just make sure it's not plugged.

    Then place the screened end along the bottom at the back of the hull. Usually there's a zip tie that is glued to the bottom of the hull to hold them in place.

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    found it - you mention "thats one of them"

    can you tell me do the others have screens on them too? ive found numerous other smaller plastic hoses not hooked up to anything... are they suppose to be in the bottom to suck up water? hell one looks like its from my gas tank - which i assume is just a breather

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    Should be one on each side of your ski.

    You should have a thinner clear tube going from the battery to the vent in the front of the ski. Not sure if your ski has it or not, but the same size hose is used for the speedo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stl_sl650 View Post
    Should be one on each side of your ski.

    You should have a thinner clear tube going from the battery to the vent in the front of the ski. Not sure if your ski has it or not, but the same size hose is used for the speedo.
    Right ^^^^^^^^^


    Yes they suck up water when you're under way. As long as that small hole is clear, the jet pump creates a light vacuum used to draw water from inside the hull.

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    thanks - the hoses were a bit clogged.. but my hull thru bearing deal is leaking too - which is where the waters initially comin from - need to fix that

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