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    Jetworks mod from Islandracing

    I noticed on their site they added something that allows you to use a stock water out instead of drilling a hole for a tap. I am surprised no one has done this before... so is there a reason why? I am looking to add the jetworks mod along with milled head, keyway, and mod my plate for next season. Time to get things rolling I guess.


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    The Y for the Bilge line ? You still need 1 hole for the feed though

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    That's been around for a while.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrbtd View Post
    The Y for the Bilge line ? You still need 1 hole for the feed though
    With the Y for the line it would just send the water through the stock out. No need for another out water tap on the upper hull.

    I was thinking it was possible before Jim but didn't hear about people doing it. I have always just seen people putting those water outs all over the bike.

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    Chris, the kit you are refering to is our " STEALTH MOD " option for the HOLESHOT KIT. As you said it rerouts the exit water back into the stock hose that is normally used as the pipe exit water. We added this because some customers do not want to add a bypass fitting on the upper deck of the hull which would require drilling a hole in the fiberglass. Some like the look of additional water outlets, some like to be sneaky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ISLANDRACING View Post
    Chris, the kit you are refering to is our " STEALTH MOD " option for the HOLESHOT KIT. As you said it rerouts the exit water back into the stock hose that is normally used as the pipe exit water. We added this because some customers do not want to add a bypass fitting on the upper deck of the hull which would require drilling a hole in the fiberglass. Some like the look of additional water outlets, some like to be sneaky.
    But you do have to drill through the fiber glass for that one fitting on the pump correct?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chrisrokc View Post
    But you do have to drill through the fiber glass for that one fitting on the pump correct?
    Yes you will this is what fills the waterbox

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrbtd View Post
    Yes you will this is what fills the waterbox
    K, got it! I will be calling islandracing soon for this kit! Can't wait to get it on and try it out once it gets above freezing!

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