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    waterline bypass?

    I put a rear exhaust on my o6 rxp and i was seeing if anyone knew where the exhaust cooling bypass water line goes now?


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    it comes from t. he exhaust manifold to the J pipe and it gets "T'd" off to the exhaust

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    I dump mine overboard via pisser fitting from the online store.....I put it behind the center tow hook just below my bilge fitting, people ask me why my ski pees like a yami

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    Quote Originally Posted by N8T View Post
    I put a rear exhaust on my o6 rxp and i was seeing if anyone knew where the exhaust cooling bypass water line goes now?
    I am kind of wondering this to. I got the baffle removed and ready to drill the hole for the exit of the exhaust. Once I get this done what is done with the barb that is on the exhaust pipe? Its a Riva rear exhaust. There was a cap and a zip tie that came with it and the clear hoses that are in my RXP were not connected to anything. Do I just cap off the barb on the pipe or what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9secZO6 View Post
    I dump mine overboard via pisser fitting from the online store.....
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    Plug it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by N8T View Post
    I put a rear exhaust on my o6 rxp and i was seeing if anyone knew where the exhaust cooling bypass water line goes now?
    Quote Originally Posted by speedskixp View Post
    Plug it!
    thats what I thought. Thank you. Did not want to have any water going inside!

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    any benefit from bypassing it vs. using the fitting on the aftermarket waterbox/rear pipe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sfackett0 View Post
    any benefit from bypassing it vs. using the fitting on the aftermarket waterbox/rear pipe.
    I think it's just to minimize noise when attached to the outlet

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    Quote Originally Posted by sfackett0 View Post
    any benefit from bypassing it vs. using the fitting on the aftermarket waterbox/rear pipe.

    There really is not any performance benefit..BUT if you plug the line instead of bypassing it, you are gonna dump all that water that originally was bypassed into your waterbox, you now will fill the waterbox up with water more quickly than if it were routed out...

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