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    Water line set up on1200r

    Well i have just put a ADA racing Head on my ski and a Riva S1 pipe and im looking for the best way to route water lines without drilling holes if i dont have to. without loosing cooling performance. if anyone has an idea of how to route the lines it would be appreciated
    3 lines off the head (ADA racing)
    2 off the exhause ( Riva s1)

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    I would run the #1 cylinder to the expansion chamber (there are currently two running to it - cap one off), and run the other two overboard. That involves drilling, which you said you didn't want to do. But this is my opinion on the best way to route your water.

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    You will want to pull that head off after about 5 hours and check all the orings. If they look "pinched" with little shards of oring material, then consider doing what was done here.

    http://www.hydrotoys.com/vbforum/showthread.php?t=221


    The ADA suffers from a very shallow oring groove, and of course is a one piece head cover. Any deviation from deck height (gpr has a bunch) and you will see lots of rubbing. With the shallow groove, this quickly eats up the oring. Damages include water intrusion in the engine, and mystery water leaks.

    Also, the bolts that come with the head are very aggressive and will eat up the holes in the cylinders if you are not carefull. Chase all the holes on the cylinders and use anti sieze when you install them.

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    exhaust

    OK it looks like i will be drilling some holes for the head to dump the water overboard , is there a good easy place to do that on the hull and what fittings are the best to use ? And im still stumped on the Exhaust, i have 2 exits on this S1 pipe and not a good idea of where to send the water.
    Thanks again

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    why not tap into the bilge line ? Carl @ Island has a T for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brandn View Post
    OK it looks like i will be drilling some holes for the head to dump the water overboard , is there a good easy place to do that on the hull and what fittings are the best to use ? And im still stumped on the Exhaust, i have 2 exits on this S1 pipe and not a good idea of where to send the water.
    Thanks again
    Here's where I dumped mine. I drilled holes for the water outlets under my grab handle. The one in the middle is my jetworks.


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