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    2nd electric bilge install done

    Needed a second elbow from yamaha, a y-piece 3/4 x 3/4 x 1inch and some more bilge hose. Have a switch running to the handlebars for the pump in the front of the wall. Finally worked out great.
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    More pics

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    I like it !!! Now reinforce that tunnel.

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    Are the elbows the ones with one way check valves in them?

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    Looks good!

    I second the pump tunnel reinforcement! Also while you have the sound suppression off.... replace the drive shaft hose with a stronger Gates reinforced or similar style hose

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    Pic of hose. Its about $12 for a foot piece. You can get 2 pieces out of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OsideBill View Post
    Are the elbows the ones with one way check valves in them?


    No those elbows are not the ones with the one way valves. Those are too small for this size hose. As long as the elbow is above the waterline you are fine.

    The tunnell reinforcement is part of this winter project - it is next!

    Thanks!

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    ditto on the tunnel reinforcement or you'll be using both bilge pumps

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    any pics of the switch??????

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    Quote Originally Posted by fenn View Post
    any pics of the switch??????

    Yeah ill post pics of the switch.

    I will be using the hole for the speedometer cable and run them seperately. I hope it all fits.

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