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    Fizzle Y1000 Intercooler Installation Instructions

    Hi guys,

    Here are the installation instructions for the Fizzle Y1000 Yamaha Intercooler Kit in case you need them. They include plenty of pictures. The instruction file is also available for download from my website.

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    This intercooler kit is very nice, great quality, and fits very well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gus13letter View Post
    this intercooler kit is very nice, great quality, and fits very well.
    lot easier to install than gen1/2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldman View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by gus13letter View Post
    this intercooler kit is very nice, great quality, and fits very well.
    lot easier to install than gen1/2
    That's what I hear That Riva bracket causes a lot of headache.

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    This should get added to the "SHO Library" Sticky in the "How to" section.

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    I just installed one of these on an svho. Only problem I see with this kit is how does the intercooler get flushed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jmfmk3 View Post
    I just installed one of these on an svho. Only problem I see with this kit is how does the intercooler get flushed?
    Do you have a dedicated water line for the intercooler? If so just put the plastic flush piece on the end of your hose like you are going to flush the ski and hold it up to the bypass outlet. This will backflush the intercooler. You can do this for about 2 minutes.

    If you are using the stock IC in/out water lines then just flush the ski as you would stock.
    Last edited by Gus13letter; 03-10-2014 at 07:25 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jmfmk3 View Post
    I just installed one of these on an svho. Only problem I see with this kit is how does the intercooler get flushed?
    I have the older style when it was still the JD-1, and I am just running the stock inlet line to it and one outlet (the other IC port plugged). With it hooked up that way, it still gets flushed with the stock flush. I know everyone says to run a dedicated line, but my ski has never gotten hot, and the water coming from the IC pisser is only luke-warm, even after running hard in 100+ air/ 70+ water temps. I plan on eventually running a dedicated line, and when I do, I'll add another flush port.

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