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    Default Water route???

    Ok, I am tooling with the exhaust pipe from the water box to the outlet of the hull....anyways, I see the main water line coming from the pump to a T that splits it to the waterbox and one to the engine head. As im looking at it, the pissers are coming from different sections of the pipe. I don't understand how water is coming out of the pipe, seems like water should be going in. There is also a larger hose that is exiting the hull where you hook up the flush kit. Water goes out from this hose also. There is one last smaller hose that is on the top wall of the pump that im guessing also exists water. Hope I didnt lose ya. Basically just wanting to know where the water from the engine head is going at if water is being injected into the pipe anywhere else?


    Also, whats the cheapest and best place to get water bypass exit fittings and water restrictors ect. ect. ????

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    Default Re: Water route???

    I am pretty sure that the water for keeping the pipe cool comes thru the exhaust manifold after going thru the head/cylinders. It then goes out thru the flush line and the pissers.

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    It sure would help if you told us what motor you are talking about. Sea Doo has several different ways of pumping water through their engines on different model motors.
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    Default Re: Water route???

    99 gsx limited

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    Default Re: Water route???

    Kevin is correct.

    Water is also injected into the inner portion of the pipe chamber via the water regulator.

    The big fitting under the chamber is where the water leaves the engine and is sent out the back where the flush hose attaches.

    The small line going out the back is the bleeder/pisser line.
    Bill O'Neal <br>
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    Default Re: Water route???

    ok thanks, so if I put a T on the water line that is going to the water regulator I will be sending water to the pipe and waterbox and can then remove the regulator. I will have to get different water jets to see which works better. Where can I buy these and how do they attach??

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    Buy a kit from Jetworks.
    Bill O'Neal <br>
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