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    slt780 water hose hook up

    i have a polaris slt 780 i have been working on and its ready to crank i need to know how to hook a water hose up to it? i don't think it has a hose adapter on it i could be wrong but i don't see one is there a way to hook a hose up to a fitting in the water circulation system in the ski? surely there is? if anyone can help it would be much appreciated.

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    The typical aftermarket connection is on the water rail, where there may be a brass plug installed opposite the temp sensor. Others will remove the intake hose and attach a hose fitting there.

    There really isn't much of a reason to run water through the motor as you shouldn't run it for more than a few seconds without being in the water. You will not be able to do any tuning at all out of the water.

    If you do see it necessary to hook up cooling water, be sure to start the motor first, then turn the water on, turn the water off, then stop the motor. The cooling system is open and will flood your cylinders causing irreversible damage if you do not follow this process.

    Ask any questions as you see fit, and post some pics!!

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