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    How do I re Route cooling to have Intercooler in flushing loop?

    I noticed that when flushing on trailer, water does not run through intercooler? I have changed from the stock solid copper core to a aluminum core with much smaller cooling passages.......I see why Yamaha did not run through intercooler due to the stock design, but I would like to have fresh water running through it, instead of just draining after a ride?





    Can anyone post some pics of a cooling system altered from the stock flow diagram?


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    Rick, do you have the stock IC feed line going to your IC?

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    Yes, The feed and intercooler are stock! running R&D core

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    Just clamp the feed hose that runs back to the pump (near the 4 way splitter) when flushing and you will get more water running through the engine and IC for flushing and not as much just spilling out the back.

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