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    New Cooling on the 750SL

    Thanks again FLjoyrider

    Here is the new cooling system for my 750

    Sorry they are phone pics, Theh Wife and Daughter have my good camera in LA this week
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    looks good, who fabbed the cooling ports for the heads?

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    Thumbs up

    Yes it is cool i need the fab parts to do mine where can i get a set from ?

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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by seaobin View Post
    Thanks again FLjoyrider
    He says right in the first line.

    They do look nice. You Prob should of installed the pissers where you can see the water exiting. You'll need to keep looking back to see if there's a problem.

    I hope you're not using Wiseco pistons with unrestricted water flow. They expanded too fast on mine before the cyls could expand (be cause they were too cool) and caused a seizure.

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    I have WSM pistons, and thought about putting valves in line

    not hard can do anytime
    that way I can control the temp in teh cylinder


    As to outlet location, I didnt want them upfront, figured the back would be better. Thats easy to fix if I find it inconvient as well

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    only suggestion is that when and if FLjoyrider makes more, Change the side of the hole. I tried to run the lines to teh back of the boat directly and the brass fitting hit the exhaust. Had to go to 90 * and rotate 180*

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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by seaobin View Post
    I have WSM pistons, and thought about putting valves in line

    not hard can do anytime
    that way I can control the temp in teh cylinder


    As to outlet location, I didnt want them upfront, figured the back would be better. Thats easy to fix if I find it inconvient as well
    Sounds good. What valves are you looking into using? I may want to add those...

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    not sure yet. was just thinking about some ball valves of some sort. Something small and light. Temp shouldnt be too high, so material really insnt the issue. Nor is pressure

    I want to see how (if) it runs with out them (see my other thread about no spark)

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    more couplers soon

    Guys, got myself the start of a shop so I will be making new and improved pisser couplers with built in restrictor valves (thumb screw to close/open orifice). If your interested let me know and I'll get a bunch done. Sean glad to see yours worked out, guess I'll stick to the ones that have the barb fitting out the top.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FLjoyrider View Post
    Guys, got myself the start of a shop so I will be making new and improved pisser couplers with built in restrictor valves (thumb screw to close/open orifice). If your interested let me know and I'll get a bunch done. Sean glad to see yours worked out, guess I'll stick to the ones that have the barb fitting out the top.
    Xlint idea with the built in restrictor!!!!!

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