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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    Dry pipe cooling hose routing

    My PSI dry pipe has no fitting to inject water into the exhaust stream, hence the "dry pipe". However, there is no water getting into the waterbox and that SOB is cooking hot!!! Water sizzles right off of it after a short run for doing a WOT chop. Can anyone please tell me how water is supposed to get to the box? There is only 2 fittings on the pipe, a 3/4 OD that feeds the cooling system, and a 3/8 barb fitting at the top to expel the cooling water. Thanks


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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    Just found this, I beter check the cooling orifice. http://greenhulk.net/forums/attachme...8&d=1156188348

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    XL, I've been back and forth and haven't been getting my messages, I'll try calling if you don't get it with the plugged screen.
    GOOD LUCK!!

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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    PH20 is one smart cookie. He called me with some xlint insight. The top fitting IS a pisser, it's actually NOT a feed. There is no place to use a Jetworks valve. Thanks again PH20!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Last edited by xlint89; 07-01-2007 at 11:48 PM. Reason: I was not corrct with original post.

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    But it is a pisser on the Polaris dry pipe! wonder why PSI is different?

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    z, you sure it's a pisser?
    I'm guessing it gets water flow once the pop off releases water pressure and then sends water to the pipe for the water box.
    He seemed to confirm this with air pressure, I guess we'll know when it hits the water.

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    OH! maybe were talking of different things? my terminology might be wrong! I was calling it a pisser because it went from the top of the pipe out of the hull!

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    There is an orifice in the pipe tailcone that is probably plugged. You can try to clean it with a paperclip but make sure not to enlarge it.

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    I always forget about that orfice

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