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    What hose goes to the water bypass?

    And besides the riva hole that needs to be plugged, any other needs to be plugged?


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    There is a hose that goes from the bottom of the exhaust manifold to the bottom of the J pipe. This hose has a Tee in it and the Tee'd off line normally goes to the exhaust outlet fitting. This is the line you want to run to your bypass.

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    what its the performance

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    And besides the riva hole that needs to be plugged, any other needs to be plugged?
    Geo: Keep at it! You will be an expert on this motor in no time!

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    Quote Originally Posted by seadoor View Post
    what its the performance
    None, it just looks cool squirting out the side of your hull

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    I blocked off the t. I was going to run a pressure gauge but said phuc it.

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    But I never plugged that tee'd hose when I took the stock exhaust out, or the RR one....I will check tomorrow and post back. I know there is a tee fitting there I just dont know where its going....

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    This hose is connected to a fitting in the pump, so I guess it goes out that way. I will work on it when I get back next week. Gotta take the intercooler out again to be able to cap the fitting shut.

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    Geo... you're right. On an RXT the water from the tee is dumped through the pump housing. In an RXP it dumps at the end of the exhaust pipe.

    Don't know why the difference, though

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    Im guessing its that stream of water that comes out through the back when you flush it...?

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