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    Jet Works Question

    I have the Jet Works setup but i have one question...where should i mount the nozzle that releases the water from the exhaust? I was thinking some where in the back by the transom plate maybe on the other side of the cooling inlet hole that i made but i see its not a one way valve so i dont know if it matters that water can get in side through the nozzle hole?

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    Ok its the By pass valve...what im asking about...i dont know where is the best place to put it.

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    look at this photo
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    Edit.... i looked at the picture to fast....i need to know where to place the nipple (like the bilge one) on the hull of the ski for the water to exit it to.

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    no..here is a better photo....i did it the way jetworks recomended...fercho has a more unique way, direct from the strainer...but i did mine like this and it works..there is a restrictor in the tube next to exhaust pipe
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    ok..the exit tube is by tapping the stinger where the temp senser screwed in...j.w. supplys a bung to put temp senser in diff water line.. use the 3/8 j.w. valve...some are 1/4 inch..

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    Here is a picture of what im talking about...this should help
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    If you are talking about the drain for the pipe?

    Install a pisser under the rear grab handle.

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    Yes...what is circled in the picture above.

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    Install a pisser under the rear grab handle.

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