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    Cooling set up for 65 u with radier1100 pipe

    Hey guys and gals. I'm rebuilding my ski a 1995 waveraider with a gp1200 65 u motor and a bunch of goodies. Question is where does the main cooling line connect to? My main cooling line goes to the exhaust manifold then there's a tube from front of exhaust the connects to to rear cylinder head. I thought the main line should be connected to the head for optimum cooling. The ski always ran well with this set up and never overheated but it just seems different from what I've seen others run. Any thoughts??


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    I have pics but I'm not sure how to load them

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    No you would be main line manifold...."extra cooling if you sue the 63m gasket" ....then out through the head as needed.

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    to load pics, you can upload to something like Tinypic.com , its pretty simple there, says choose file you find the pic you want to upload, click upload....once it uploads theres a few boxes ...copy the one that says "IMG Code for Forums & Message Boards" then paste it in the reply section

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    This is roughly how the stock gp1200 cooling system looks. The middle "pisser" in the pic is actually at the rear of the ski...




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    Ok so mine is basically like the stock diagram u made which was awesome btw thank you! Except I have two extra pissers one t'd off from rear of exhaust and one more in front of motor, I want to run a jet works valve and I'm not sure where to run it.

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    Mike p. Thanks man I'm trying to get as fast as your old raider. I love that video of u smashing a gp1200 on the lake. Walked right by him lol. You still got the blaster?

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    ^ wheres that vid, i look for raider vids all the time on the tube and NEVER find anything worth a damn...

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    Quote Originally Posted by demented View Post
    ^ wheres that vid, i look for raider vids all the time on the tube and NEVER find anything worth a damn...

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    Quote Originally Posted by waverider1200 View Post
    Mike p. Thanks man I'm trying to get as fast as your old raider. I love that video of u smashing a gp1200 on the lake. Walked right by him lol. You still got the blaster?
    No...i just rebuild /work on skis/carbs eyc for them now . Don't see the urge to ski at 4.00+ a gallon of gas. I stay busy busy with ski work. I also just got a new 2012 S1000RR BMW that's taking my time

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