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    Picture of dumping the 3rd cylinder

    Does anyone have a picture of this off of a stock head. there are only 2 hoses off of the head - is it one of these?


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    It also helps lower the water jacket pressure. It helps take pressure off of the U-pipe to stinger coupler that swells from the water jacket pressure.

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    Ok so on the stock heads there are 2 hoses and on the 3 piece there are 3 hoses.

    so are the two hoses on the stock head for:
    cyl 1 and 3
    or cyl 2 and cyl 3
    or cyl 1 and cyl 2 together into the first one then cyl 3 into the third one?
    Last edited by jcorallo; 06-27-2008 at 02:42 PM.

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    This is a good question I think, so if you are dumping the rear water out on the stock head do you need a jetworks valve? Or can you just dump with out? I think that is what he is asking.

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    On the stock head all of the water jackets are connected. When you go to the 3 piece head, you have to have an outlet for each individual head since they are not connected. I dont think a valve is required. You are simply relieving pressure to keep the boot between the U pipe and stinger from swelling while adding a little heat to the pipe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffsntx View Post
    On the stock head all of the water jackets are connected. When you go to the 3 piece head, you have to have an outlet for each individual head since they are not connected. I dont think a valve is required. You are simply relieving pressure to keep the boot between the U pipe and stinger from swelling while adding a little heat to the pipe.

    Yeah thats what im asking - the 3 piece head obviously has 3 outlets. But the stock has 2. I was wondering between the 3 heads how they are split between 2 hoses. But I know that no jetworks is needed and you simply route the water outside.

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