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    sl 750 triple pisser setup?

    ski - 95 SL 750

    I have been reading all the threads on the cooling rail by-pass, and triple pisser setup. My question is.. I was thinking about running three of the 45degree pissers out of the back of the haul, under the grab handle. If I point them in the air, will they shoot pretty high? I think that would look pretty neat.

    I was thinking about purchasing three of the second item on this page: http://www.parkeryamaha.com/index.as...S&Category=642

    Also I read you should try to put some sort of restrictor on the 3 lines for back pressure... can someone elaborate on this?

    Also.. when you bypass the the cooling rail and remove the thermostat, will I will have to disconnect or bypass something electrical so I do not get any alarms?


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    If you can find an aftermarket head (oceanpro) the therm is in the head and you dont have to fool it.

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    I won't be riding in cold water, So i would like to totally remove the thermostat
    Last edited by bryan428; 06-20-2007 at 02:00 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bryan428 View Post
    ski - 95 SL 750

    I have been reading all the threads on the cooling rail by-pass, and triple pisser setup. My question is.. I was thinking about running three of the 45degree pissers out of the back of the haul, under the grab handle. If I point them in the air, will they shoot pretty high? I think that would look pretty neat.

    I was thinking about purchasing three of the second item on this page: http://www.parkeryamaha.com/index.as...S&Category=642

    Also I read you should try to put some sort of restrictor on the 3 lines for back pressure... can someone elaborate on this?
    It's more for the ability to regulate temperatures between cylinders. If you restrict lets say the PTO and Cen cylinders, you get more cold water flow to the MAG cylinder which would allow it to run cooler. Be sure not to let anything run hotter than 180 and 160 would be better.
    Most guys don't do anything but install the pissers.

    Also.. when you bypass the the cooling rail and remove the thermostat, will I will have to disconnect or bypass something electrical so I do not get any alarms?
    Nothing to disable.

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    Which # cylinder is PTO and MAG on the 750?

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    The MAG is the one that covers the Magneto assembly at the front of the engine, towards the front of the boat.

    The PTO is for the Power Take Off or driveshaft at the rear of the engine.
    I used those as an example only.

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    How would I got about restricting the lines? would i just use different size barb couplers per hose if needed?

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