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  1. #1

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    Mar 2008

    Drain hose question

    On my ski is the drain hose from each cylinder is connected to the "fittings" on the right side,back on the hull. (See picture). I tought that the drain hoses should bee connected to the exhaust outlet?
    Any one now whats supposed to be connected to the two "fittings" on the picture?

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    Warner Robins, GA Home of the 2007 All-Star Little League World Champions!
    That's a pretty 97...welcome!

    Someone added side pissers to make it easier to see if it's draining properly. The boat cloud have had dual cooling with a highly modded engine at one time too. Is the pisser under the ski/tie-down loop still there?

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    Mar 2008
    The pisser in the back "hook" is still there. The problem is that when the drain hoose is connected like now the engine dosent get drained by it self.
    So the engine and exhaust is full of water when it is stored.

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