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    Started Winter Mods

    Well Im bored so I relocated my Flushing adaptor on my 2009 FZR to outside the ski.......(Thanks guy in FLA who came up with that)......also removed bilge pump and want to rewire it to constant power with fuse on a switch?(thank you Tommy Jordan for the Idea)


    This way if I get a bad leak......(pump tunnel crack) or water leak, i can run pump and not have to run the ski, also it may prolong the life of the pump, by keeping it "off" most of the time, also will not blow my main fuse because I run a inline fuse 3amp, that will blow first, and I will not be stuck trying to change a main fuse in the water.


    Ill get some pics


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    Got the flushing adaptor done, used 1" paddle bit and went slow, then I used some silicone on back side and extended hose to the Y at the bottom, Like how it turned out!

    Wiring the pump, I located the "plug" from main Harness to the pump, working from the ski side I clipped the red wire and ran a inline fuse straight to battery, I used the original ground and ran a switch so I can control pump operation even when ski is off.

    So if the pump fails the dealer can just unplug pump and replace it under the warrantee, and my wiring will stay intact

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