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    Water Bum Rodneyae's Avatar
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    Dec 2006
    Roanoke, Va

    Idea for water return line for fuji

    I do not know if it would be worth doing but if someone has acess to the right material and equipment, I would like to have something like this made (see pic). This would elimnate the coolant rail, and would allow me and others to use indvidual hoses for the water return. I am planning on running three pissers so I can tell what the temps are on each cyclinder. This mod would allow me and others to do this easily. Just an idea....

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    I did this mod on mine, Use a heat gun to check temps on each cylinder. Than restict the coolest cylinder. Try to get them even.

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    ph2ocraft's Avatar
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    Apr 2006
    Campbell, Ca.
    What's the distance of the bolt holes? If it's the same as the Domestic engines you can use the plates off of the Octane.
    #7 in the photo, I have about ten of these floating around.

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    gorilla03's Avatar
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    stevens point wi
    i just got a rough measure of them and it looks to be about 1 3/8" between centers...

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    Connecticut CrazyA's Avatar
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    Nov 2005
    McMaster Carr... Item # 91733A402

    Maybe someone (Beer?) has the tap and tool so you won't need to buy the whole kit?

    It's really the best way...

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