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    yami superjet bilge pump

    hi,i have just bought a 2004 superjet,
    totally stock,
    there aint a electric bilge pump fitted,
    how do i get water out of the engine bay,
    my polaris has the 2 water drain plugs at the rear of the hull,
    any advice would be great,,


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    Mount one. You can buy a braket from riva or somewhere and mount a bilge pump.

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    A child of five would understand this. Go get one. pierowman's Avatar
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    You also get a thru hull fitting of your choosing. Pick a location and route your hose so that water wont come in.

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    The superjet has a stock siphon bilge but that will only be pulling water from the engine bay while you're riding. All standups should have an electric bilge pump IMO. I dont even use a bracket. Bilge pumps come with a detachable grate that I glue to the bottom of the hull, right near the motor coupler.

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    ok,cheers guys

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