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    Oiler block off

    Can anyone tell me how to route the hoses on a 1992 Sea Doo GTS after installing the block off plate? There's one coming from below the carb and one coming from the exhaust that went to the oil tank. Do I just plug them? Tie them together?


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    Nevermind. Blocked them off

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    don't plud them, it's the lubrication for your balance shaft. if you want to loose the oil tank you could take a hose and cut it in 2 halves. put both hoses on the fitting annd fill one hose with oil untill the oil is comming from the other hose. put it together with a double barb fitting or a piece of metal pipe.

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    Ok. Thanks so much

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