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    dumping no3 to Tee or Not to Tee

    Ive been re-reading all the old topics on dumping the no3 (the rear water outlet on the stock head).

    Ive decided that this mod is a must do for me, as im running ferchos jetworks, d-plate and a free flow.

    Benefits: raise temp of the pipe, reduce water pressure on the exhaust couplers.

    Currently im unable to get my cylinder head skimmed (compression raised) until feb 2009... (places are all booked up till then)


    Should i dump the 3rd cylinder or run a T peice on it and dump off the T peice.


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    just dump #3. i PM'ed a member a while back that used to t the lines but they no longer do that. they just dump #3

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    Ship your head to Jim and get it milled and shipped back before February,
    SHOOTER

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    I put a tee in mine. You have to figure that the pisser is the restiction in this mod, so either get a 1/2" pisser or tee it and let the rest of the water out of the pipe.

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    do you have an how to to do this mod with some pict please ?

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    Here is one of them:
    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthre...hlight=pissing


    AAAh.. I get it.. Its all down to pressure and the size of your pisser.

    If you run a 3/8" pisser NEED to run a T-peice,
    if you run a 1/2" pisser you do NOT need to use the T-peice.

    thanks for setting the record straight mr OsideBill

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    Does dumping cylinder 3 have any benefits to a mostly stock ski with jetworks and mods listed in my signature? Or will there be any drawbacks of doing this?

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    Benefits: raise temp of the pipe, reduce water pressure on the exhaust couplers.

    Drawbacks: adds another pisser and more water lines

    basically if you have jetworks and a dplate (removed cat) then its beneficial

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    I got both lines T'd off (from head) and dumped overboard(pissers), acts like a pressure relief, water temps and pisser flow seem to not be excessive. Top rear of pipe is pissered overboard, jet works dumps at pump in stock pisser location.

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    So, I guess my next question is... Is it better to dump the rear line or both on a stock head with stock 03 gasket?

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