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    Hose identification please

    Does the hose in this arrow feed water to the exhaust at this point or take it away from the exhaust?
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    Removes water and dumps out the back of the ski. The main inlet from pump is on the underside of the exhaust manifold. There are two smaller hoses that come from the front and rear of the head that attach to the exhaust in the front of the manifold, and then the one large one in the picture that goes to the transom plate outlet.

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    Hmm, so which line do you suggest I tap into for the Jetworks install?

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    It is a little more involved than that, I will post some later when I have more time.

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    going from these pics...the two holes on the front of the pipe on the bottom...the one goes to the front of the head and the other to the rear? correct? And the large rear fitting on the pipe dumps to the pump? I have a 2 hoses coming from my pump, ones the dump for the exhaust but where does the water supply hose connect?

    ps. I bought this ski in pieces and my GPR has triples so im lost with this single pipe GP water routing!! Also Ive heard its better to dump #3 cylinder overboard? I've got a total of 5 pissers on this ski so that wouldnt be a problem.

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    Here is Pistonwash's method he did back in the day.
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    k, i get most of that now but where does the stock water feed line connect to?


    Never Mind!!! In an IDIOT!!! The feed line connects to the exhaust manifold!!

    It looks like he jus plugged the pipe outlet going to the stinger from the pipe (the little line) and then tee'd in a jetworks valve in line with the #3 and the line going to the front of the pipe? and that works fine???

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