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    How to install a different nozzle?

    I know how to disassemble it just by looking at it. But I know you guys have a specific way or something I am sure. And what do I need to seal the nozzle back onto the pump?


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    No magic for nozzles. Just make sure it fits flush. Anti-sieze or 572/592 on the bolts.

    You can seal it with Yamabond, Hondabond, 5200, 4200, or just some RTV sealant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WFO View Post
    No magic for nozzles. Just make sure it fits flush. Anti-sieze or 572/592 on the bolts.

    You can seal it with Yamabond, Hondabond, 5200, 4200, or just some RTV sealant.
    Which Yamabond?


    Yamabond 4?

    Yamabond 5?

    Yamabond 6?

    Yamabond 7?


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    Sometimes I dont even bother sealing it. The water naturaly wants to exit through the hole since its the path of least resistance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by porksword View Post
    Sometimes I dont even bother sealing it. The water naturaly wants to exit through the hole since its the path of least resistance.
    i used to seal it but dont the last few times.
    is this speed left on the table or as porky says water will nauraly want to exit ???

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    I actually dont seal mine anymore because I seem to always have my pump out. It certainly wont hurt anything to seal it up.

    And I have used the Yamabond 4, or Hondabond 4

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    I don't seal my nozzle.

    But I do seal the wear ring to the transom as this is where the impeller is pulling alot of vacuum. Any air entered here can cause caviation. This is evident from the typical cavitation burns on wear rings right where the little bolt is that holds the wear ring to the transom about 7 o-clockish.

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    But I do seal the wear ring to the transom as this is where the impeller is pulling alot of vacuum. Any air entered here can cause caviation. This is evident from the typical cavitation burns on wear rings right where the little bolt is that holds the wear ring to the transom about 7 o-clockish.

    I had never noticed that before. Something else to add to my list for this spring.

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    Thanks for the help!

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