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    Water routing 255 X

    Where to find a diagram of routing stock closed loop cooling system?
    I have tried to find with search button but only about old type models
    Thanks


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    Go to the OEM parts: 2008, RXPX 255, cooling systems, if you want a picture. You should be able to figure it out from there.

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    I know it but the perfect flow direction. I have sone doubts

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    What are you trying to do? on a 255x the water comes in from the pump, t's off to the innercooler and then goes to the front of the exhaust mani. from the rear exhaust mani top it goes into the waterbox and from the bottom it goes to a T from the innercooler OUT and then out of the hull (pump shoe on right side)..... Does that help??

    For the engine cooling the right side of the plate goes to the bottom fitting on the thermo and the center fitting on the thermo goes to the left side of the plate. The coolant res connects to the hose nipple towards the motor on the right side and the other two ports connect to the oil cooler( hoses dictate which port) Thats pretty much it.....

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    this is what I found, I used it for some reference for my EX IC set up,
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    Quote Originally Posted by skigolfnut View Post
    this is what I found, I used it for some reference for my EX IC set up,
    Yes, that is the picture I told him to look at. Seems pretty clear to me. Just saying.

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    So I'm looking at this diagram trying to figure why I might have a small amount of coolant pooling under my pump and venturi thingymajig where it attaches to the hull at the rear of the ski. I'm thinking there must be a leak where 39 or 36 (RXPX) connect on the diagram to the Ride Plate?? (is that what it's called?). Any ideas on how to fix this easy, or maybe it's normal? it's not much coolant maybe several drops.

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    Anyone seen this before?

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    seen this tons...you probably have a small...very small leak where the plastic goes up into the hull on the rideplate...also sometimes the screw heads leak a tad ....just like what you are talking about..fyi

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