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    Water bypass

    I did some searching on this forum. I still haven't found a solid answer. Is the water bypass on the starboard side suppose to drain water? My craft does not do it. But in some kawasaki flyer I got in the mail shows the bypass pissing water out. Is this something I should look into? So far I haven't seen any overheat warnings.


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    you talking about the rubber black fitting to the front right of the ski when you are sitting on it? Yes it should be shooting out water while the engine is running, you may open that acess panel right behind it on the inside of the storage compartment and see it it has come loose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ultra250 Tn View Post
    you talking about the rubber black fitting to the front right of the ski when you are sitting on it? Yes it should be shooting out water while the engine is running, you may open that acess panel right behind it on the inside of the storage compartment and see it it has come loose.
    I took the actual hose from the front of the ski to where its connected to the motor. blew it out and still got nothing. I tried blowing compressed air into the engine and nothing. not sure what else to do but bring it back to the dealer.

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