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    2004 Yamaha XLT 1200 - Pisser Question - How Many

    I just purchased a 2004 Yamaha XLT 1200 Waverunner. I was performing a flush test to check where all the water drains (pissers) were located. I am only able to locate the two up front on each side of the hull. I have great water flow coming out of the two drains (pissers) as well as the pump area.

    Not being familiar with the Yamaha, I was comparing it to my 99 Kawasaki Ultra 150. It has 5 pissers, 1 for each cylinder(3), 1 for the cylinder head, and the other for the front hull. So the question is how many pissers does the Yamaha 1200 3 cylinder waverunner have, and where are they located. Does it have one for each cylinder or are the 3 cylinders linked together coming out of the two pissers up front? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks,
    Tim


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    Quote Originally Posted by timscherer View Post
    I just purchased a 2004 Yamaha XLT 1200 Waverunner. I was performing a flush test to check where all the water drains (pissers) were located. I am only able to locate the two up front on each side of the hull. I have great water flow coming out of the two drains (pissers) as well as the pump area.

    Not being familiar with the Yamaha, I was comparing it to my 99 Kawasaki Ultra 150. It has 5 pissers, 1 for each cylinder(3), 1 for the cylinder head, and the other for the front hull. So the question is how many pissers does the Yamaha 1200 3 cylinder waverunner have, and where are they located. Does it have one for each cylinder or are the 3 cylinders linked together coming out of the two pissers up front? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks,
    Tim
    I believe that's it. I have a Gp1300r Yami and the one on each side in the front are it. They are both connected to the Exhaust pipe. Be sure to have the engine running when you have the water hose connected and on or it can flood your engine with water.

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    thats it 2 upfront and the pump.

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    Thanks for the information, I appreciate it.

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