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    water squiter ?? RXP

    Ive noticed my RXP doesnt shoot water out the squirter like the older 2 stroke models. IM refering to the squirter on the right side of hull near the bumper.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MIARider View Post
    Ive noticed my RXP doesnt shoot water out the squirter like the older 2 stroke models. IM refering to the squirter on the right side of hull near the bumper.
    That's correct, you can however make one if you like. PM RXP Steve on this, he made one to shoot out the left side of the hull near his feet on the top deck!

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    I thought it originally exits along with the stock exhaust?
    I will be routing mine up front on the right like GH

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    those two vents are battery and fuel fumes exits

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    Mine is on the back where it used to sit on the 96xp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meirvin View Post
    those two vents are battery and fuel fumes exits
    that was my next question, if sea doo's dont piss then why are those two squirters there? but I know now that they are vents. cool.

    Why would you want a sqirter if they dont need it ?

    Are there any benefits of having squirters ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MIARider View Post
    that was my next question, if sea doo's dont piss then why are those two squirters there? but I know now that they are vents. cool.

    Why would you want a sqirter if they dont need it ?

    Are there any benefits of having squirters ?
    The only benefits I see is the peace of mind knowing that your pump is picking up adequate water for your intercooler and exhaust (in case you have just reinstalled the pump)...and makes you look cool IMO....almost a must with the shorty waterbox
    Last edited by cosmic; 08-22-2007 at 10:38 PM. Reason: typos

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    Quote Originally Posted by MIARider View Post
    Are there any benefits of having squirters ?
    none whatsoever really...

    what no one has touched upon is the key different between a 2-stroke pisser and your newer 4-stroke RXP machine is CLOSED LOOP COOLING. the 2-stroker NEEDED that water to cool the motor itself, as well as the exhaust... therefore having constant water supply to the machine was far more critical, and the pisser out the side was a viewable safeguard such that you knew the path of water flow was not blocked.

    with the RXP, water is not touching anything except the intercooler and exhaust jackets... and in the event a blockage occurs on your RXP, the sensor on the exhaust system will trigger the gauges and buzzer to yell out you letting you know the exhaust is getting too hot and there's most likely an obstruction in the flow of water.

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    [QUOTE=Shibby1485;385131]none whatsoever really...

    what no one has touched upon is the key different between a 2-stroke pisser and your newer 4-stroke RXP machine is CLOSED LOOP COOLING. the 2-stroker NEEDED that water to cool the motor itself, as well as the exhaust... therefore having constant water supply to the machine was far more critical, and the pisser out the side was a viewable safeguard such that you knew the path of water flow was not blocked.

    with the RXP, water is not touching anything except the intercooler and exhaust jackets... and in the event a blockage occurs on your RXP, the sensor on the exhaust system will trigger the gauges and buzzer to yell out you letting you know the exhaust is getting too hot and there's most likely an obstruction in the flow of water.[/QUOTE=

    Awesome explanation Shibby. you have made this crystal clear to me . thanks bud

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