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    PVC FREE FLOW PICS



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    SWEEEEEET ! CHEAP ENOUGH! thanks for that

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    where are the 4 water lines comming from?

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    one at the bottom is the bilge pump exit that i moved from the pump area towards the top of the back side. There are three others side by side - those are each 45 degree water bypass fittings. The center one is where i moved the back pipe water exit away from the pump area to the backside to where i can see everything (or if its working properly).

    The left and right sides are hoses that run toward the engine on the other side and are not hooked up to anything yet. I will soon have aftermarket heads after going 1400 and those two will be used for the head water exits - i just went ahead and put them in while i was back there doing the the pump tunnel and the pvc free flow.

    My ultimate goal was to have no water leaving the boat that i cannot see for myself in case something were to get stopped up or cloged for any reason. So that eliminated the bilge and stinger bypass away from the pump area. The former ports are now siliconed in. I also removed the rediculas syphone bilge all together and threw it in the garbage. Styrophome is all gone too.

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    What type of coating is that?

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