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    Yamaha Water Flag Pressure? More than 60 PSI?

    Anyone know the PSI coming out of the "water flag" on the back of the Yamaha FX SHO? The water temperature is starting to drop and I want to install a plastic shut-off valve rated for 60 psi. I'm tired of the water getting me when the wind is blowing. I'm wondering if this will do it. Thanks.


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    Just unplug it

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    One of those cheap plastic irrigation tap works fine, use all stainless clamps on the install.

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    Just tap and plug it at the pump. I hated that thing.

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    Ive heard the gay spray called a lot of different things over the years but 'water flag' is def a new one

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    Lol!!!!!! That's definitely a new name for it!!! Funny as f*ck!!!

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    I like the water flag, it looks like an upside down ac130 blowing its flares when you are haulin ass.

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