Thread: water line to front of boat???
06-08-2007, 09:51 AM #1
water line to front of boat???
I was looking at beerdarts rebuild and noticed the water manifold recieves water from the pump then the normal 6 hoses to headers and pipes, but then a line goes out the other side of the manifold. (3rd pic)
In my boat the hose that takes the water from the head to pump housing has a split fitting which leads a hose to the front that ends with the adapter split for the stingers. Is this ok? anyone familiar with this setup? (1st and 2nd pic)
Sorry for the long post and probably difficult explanation.
OF COURSE i took some pictures
Last edited by goBENGALS; 06-08-2007 at 09:54 AM.
06-08-2007, 09:55 AM #2
Your setup is fine that is stock. I drilled and taped the water bar to feed the stingers.
06-08-2007, 09:57 AM #3
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BD, did you use duct tape or masking tape.
Sorry buddy, I'm bored.
06-09-2007, 11:49 AM #4
I drilled and tapped the water manifold as well.
Now, your tee fitting is probably fine, but when I was rebuilding mine, I unclamped the hoses at the tee fitting and checked it out....the WHOLE thing was clogged with some melted plastic piece (Assuming old thermostat)
Thats probably why my boat fried up with the previous owner. I guess if your going to use the stock set up, I would just make sure that tee fitting is clear, or at least you have good flow through the whole system.
06-09-2007, 10:59 PM #5
Thanks absentx, I was actually wondering about that tee fitting but yesterday I purged the whole cooling system including the pipes.
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