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    another jetworks question.

    I was looking at The 2 main diagrams for the jetworks. The 2 main diferences are one method deletes the temp sensor and the other relocates it. Is the sensor needed or not?

    the second question is one method put the water exit hole in the top of the pipe and the other is in the botom of the pipe. the top seems easier since I have a straight fitting (not a 90). others say some water is trapped in the pipe if the exit is on top. I was thinking that if the exit hose rises above the level of the fitting it wouldnt drain out anyway when the ski is shut off which would still leave water traped in the pipe?

    what are your thoughts on these 2 questions?


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    Quote Originally Posted by porksword View Post
    I was looking at The 2 main diagrams for the jetworks. The 2 main diferences are one method deletes the temp sensor and the other relocates it. Is the sensor needed or not?

    the second question is one method put the water exit hole in the top of the pipe and the other is in the botom of the pipe. the top seems easier since I have a straight fitting (not a 90). others say some water is trapped in the pipe if the exit is on top. I was thinking that if the exit hose rises above the level of the fitting it wouldnt drain out anyway when the ski is shut off which would still leave water traped in the pipe?

    what are your thoughts on these 2 questions?
    #1 keep the water temp sensor it will let you know if the water is getting to hot and its only a small job to re-locate it..M10x1.25 thread..
    #2 i put mine at the bottom for the following reasons #1 fitted at bottom the system will drain more,yes only a cup full but its better than it sitting there in the exhaust
    #2 looks a better job when its tucked away under pipe(order a 90 fitting off carl he has them in stock)
    #3 when fitted under pipe less chance of the fitting (straight one) getting hit or knocked while working on ski, the last thing i want is to try to re tap if fitting gets knocked off

    just my 2 cents and people will have other ways

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