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    Water Outlets positioning

    Guys im completing my jetworks, ive decided to go for the non-stealth mod, ie i have an outlet on the ski.

    Anyone want to share pics of where they mounted/drilled their outlets.

    thanks.


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    I ended up doing the stealth mod but if I had it to do over it would be in the left front under the rail buy the other pisser.

    You could see it and would make the routing easier since there isnt much there.

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    Im revising my reply.The pisser does NOT have to be high ok,stealth mode blah blah blah,thats cool,i personally dont care about the stealth mode and have put them under the grab rail.Put em high put em low,whatever makes you happy.Just sharing some options.And to eat my words,i DID route my exit line low on my 06'.This is the first one i did like this.So there you have it! Thanks for the correction Jeff...

    Spaceman,ill e-mail you some pics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WATER WOODY View Post
    Under the rear grab rail.It has to be high so water cannot get in from the outside.I do not have a pic,someone will post one.
    It does not have to be mounted high. If this was the case the stealth mod would not be an option for anyone. Water will back up in the pipe while you are just sitting if you mount it low, but it will only go as high as the water line on the outside of the boat.

    I have been using the stealth mod with absolutely no problems. The outlets on the outside of the boat take away from the sleeper look IMO.

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    keep it sleeper use stealth

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    Um.. I didnt buy the stealth, so ill say, look my ski is leaking.. its the bilge pump.

    Since im in South Africa, it takes +/- 6 weeks for the items to get onto my ski. AND ....


    !!! ITS SUMMER TIME !!! WHOOT WHOOT !!!

    So any pictures of non stealth mods would be appreciated

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    Quote Originally Posted by spaceman View Post
    Um.. I didnt buy the stealth, so ill say, look my ski is leaking.. its the bilge pump.

    Since im in South Africa, it takes +/- 6 weeks for the items to get onto my ski. AND ....


    !!! ITS SUMMER TIME !!! WHOOT WHOOT !!!

    So any pictures of non stealth mods would be appreciated
    space is summer ever over in south africa ??...

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    I say have it come out of the stock pisser spot on the back of the ski. They will think the ski is stock.

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    if your still using your builge syphon i think you can remove inner pick up from fire wall and use that outlet for jet works...

    sorry just read your sig..
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    I have 2 x billet 45degree outlets.

    Im going to use both, one for the jetworks and the other for when i "tinker" with the engine.

    Im doing all the drilling 2morrow, i have 4 options: blue, yellow, green, red. I will deff be keeping them in their pairs (colors), as i like everything to be uniform.

    On the weather note, its been kinda cold: 16-24deg C , in the summer its between 26-55deg C
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