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    ok who really knows alot about the 951 white motor ???

    on the back if the cylinder their is two small brass nipples approx 3/16 in dia. that protrude from the base, they are water drains and i need one, sea doo doesnt show them in the parts books, Rob at PPG has looked all over their shop and hasnt found any, does anyone here have a junk 951 cylinder with a one or two of these pieces, from what i have seen, the later silver motor doesnt use them, so i'm thinking of just pluging them up with a couple ss set screws and some locktite, anyone ????


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    check the hardware store..i see a couple of possible candidates on the parts fiche..but seadoo's fiche are notorious for having omissions..try a few different 951 models..but I'd be heading right to the brass fittings section at the local hardware store. if the engine is out you could just retap the outlets for npt and use what's handy....

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    Quote Originally Posted by nmpeter View Post
    check the hardware store..i see a couple of possible candidates on the parts fiche..but seadoo's fiche are notorious for having omissions..try a few different 951 models..but I'd be heading right to the brass fittings section at the local hardware store. if the engine is out you could just retap the outlets for npt and use what's handy....
    +1 a couple 1/8 " brass petcock valves? you can even get them in a ball valve design with ribbed nipples ( ok that sounds bad) to attach a hose to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RumRunnerRon View Post
    with ribbed nipples ( ok that sounds bad)
    Doesn't sound that bad, much better then a barbed nipple

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    Quote Originally Posted by nmpeter View Post
    if the engine is out you could just retap the outlets for npt and use what's handy....
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    not enough materail at the bottom of the cylinder for a 1/8npt fitting.............

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    Quote Originally Posted by big john View Post
    not enough materail at the bottom of the cylinder for a 1/8npt fitting.............

    http://www.sknorthwest.com/fiche_sec...1998&fveh=2319

    The fitting you are looking for is number 2 in the parts list.

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    close, but not it. the hose diagram just above it with the T connects to small nipples in the bottom of the cylinder, the fitting your seeing screws into the crank case. i have that fitting its a 8mm the ones i need are 4.5mm

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    Quote Originally Posted by big john View Post
    close, but not it. the hose diagram just above it with the T connects to small nipples in the bottom of the cylinder, the fitting your seeing screws into the crank case. i have that fitting its a 8mm the ones i need are 4.5mm
    Well my next suggestion might be to see it the elbows that the 787 uses for the drain are the same size going into the engine. They use an 8mm hose but what you could do is after the T fitting put a reducer in to go to the 4.5 mm hose.

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    NOOOOOP. the 787 uses a 1/8npt 90 into the cylinder base, went and looked to double checked on my own 787 powered XP not the same i think my best bet is to plug the drain and run it

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