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    Default Got motor ready to drop in need need plumbing diagram for cooling lines.

    I have been working extra hard to get the motor done and now I have it ready to install. I am looking for a correct diagram for routing the cooling lines from the water outlet on the pump to the engine and exhaust. I have a berk JE with a BBC and water logs. woould like to plumb for land running of the engine also. Any and all help would be great !! It's been 23yrs since I had my last jet boat and I can't wait to get this one in the water !! The bow rider with the 4 banger just didn't cut it any more !! I NEED SPEED AND NOISE !!! Woo Hoo !!

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    do a search...there are schmatic's on here on how to properly plumb your water lines ...easy peezy!!! ...also...info on how to "correctly" run your motor on the trailer

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    thats the one!

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    I thought jet boats were air cooled? And you just held the loud pedal to the floor while running on land! Shouldn't the prop move enough dirt at wfo to get you where you're going?

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    Cool Would it be overkill ??

    Would it be over kill if I have the sorce to plumb all the water lines in stainless steel line ? Or what type of hose should I use to withstand the pressure and temp ? Thanks !

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetH20 View Post
    Would it be over kill if I have the sorce to plumb all the water lines in stainless steel line ? Or what type of hose should I use to withstand the pressure and temp ? Thanks !

    JetH20
    Many use the #10 braided stainless. See a little in pic below.
    Contact Jim over at performance jet or Tom at jet boat performance, they can advise and hook you up.

    Last edited by SNiC; 06-21-2012 at 07:32 AM.



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    I used push lock -10 and covered the red part with black heat shrink.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jetH20 View Post
    Would it be over kill if I have the sorce to plumb all the water lines in stainless steel line ? Or what type of hose should I use to withstand the pressure and temp ? Thanks !

    JetH20
    Overkill? ABSOLUTELY....but isn't that what jet boats are all about?


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