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    Type 13 cooling line from pump

    Just seeing if it can be done I want to use the pisser out the back of the pump and put it through the hull and through the intercooler has anyone done this? Will this be to much preasure for the cooler?


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    The pressure is nill at idle coming off a wide open run then going to idle may be a problem because water flow will stop

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    Intercooler will heat soak

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    Yeah didn't think of that but slow cruise would be fine there is little flow at idle anyway.

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    a few of us the pisser to help cool the motor
    and run a separate dedicated line from the pump for the intercooler
    run the pisser to motor up under the exhaust and put a blocking cap on the spliter where the original hose came from

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    I have a Gary Watson engine cooling kit on it now. It goes from the pump strainer to where the anoild was

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    The pisser works fine on a cooler
    but is to much pressure on a stock cooler works great on a aftermarket one

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    Sweet cheers mate

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    Could there be a line run from the pisser to the cooler, But also run a 'T' piece in from the pump strainer
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    just run a fitting from the pump strainer straight to the cooler and out the side hull outlet, would this create problems

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    Quote Originally Posted by SLAP~YA View Post
    Could there be a line run from the pisser to the cooler, But also run a 'T' piece in from the pump strainer
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    just run a fitting from the pump strainer straight to the cooler and out the side hull outlet, would this create problems
    I used a dedicated line from the pump strainer to the cooler and out the side
    I increased the dump line outlet diameter by a small amount
    And I did it to the stock cooler before I upgraded to watson cooler
    I never split the stock cooler
    But a mate who did the same split the stock cooler

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