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    Can anyone tell me what goes in this hole in the rear of my XP Limited

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    Picked up a 99 XP Limited that the owner had begun to install a new prop but never finished it. Of course there are some things missing so I am trying to find out what goes in the little hole that is circled in white. Water is leaking into the hull through that spot and can't seem to locate a parts diagram to show that back area of the ski? Thanks!!!

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    That's an outlet for engine coolant water - there should be a clear (ish) pipe that comes from under the tank to that outlet - the pipe starts life at the engine underneath the head - you can just about get your fingers on the connection engine end by passing your arm underneath the front of the exhaust and back towards the tank - pain in the *rse to put on, mine was full of sand so had to take it all out to clear it.

    Edit: also looks like you're missing the large plastic nut that secures the steering rod in place and holds the water-tight rubbers ^^

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