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    785 pro tiple pipe water temps

    Whats the normal temperature of the triple pipes?


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    Why do you ask???

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    I have checked and they are about 104. just wondering if the pissers are flowing too much water and keeping the rpm down..not enough heat in them.

    One of the members a while back was noticing in my videos that the pissers were throwing out a lot of water. he mentioned it may be cooling too much.. I never gave it much thought..

    i hear people restrict the size of the stingers for more heat in the pipes.. more heat equals more HP. This motor runs really cool. just wondering...

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    i looked at some of your early pics and if you didn't change anything Joe already has restrictors on the pissers which you really shouldn't the pissers should go out full flow now for the stingers he also had restrictors on there but you would need to pull them and see what size they are to determine what you have going on .I would bet one of your pipes is cracked if you can't get anymore rpm's

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    I'll check later on and see whats what. i never touched them. left them as they were.. if one was cracked, it would run better with the seat off then hey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bowsniper View Post
    I'll check later on and see whats what. i never touched them. left them as they were.. if one was cracked, it would run better with the seat off then hey.
    not if there cracked internally

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    how would i check that?

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    You would need to plug one of the water jacket ports on each pipe and apply pressure to the other ports and see if they hold pressure. Don't exceed 9 psi for this test.

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    Ok. Thank you. good idea to check it. see why we need ya here! get well soon.

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