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    bbc just want to make sure we are hooking them up right please let me know berkley pump

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    what kind of exhaust? logs? OT headers? tt headers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by flyinbrian5 View Post
    bbc just want to make sure we are hooking them up right please let me know berkley pump
    headers or Thru hulls or ?? Heres a link to headers from our site , can post up a couple thru hull set ups if you need them Tom

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    damn Tom, that's twice in the last 15 minutes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cas View Post
    damn Tom, that's twice in the last 15 minutes
    Got a fast PC bro ! Great minds think alike !

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    bassett over the top headers

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    Quote Originally Posted by flyinbrian5 View Post
    bassett over the top headers
    click the link call if you need help ! Tom

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    Tom how about a link for logs? thanks Greg

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    I gess what iam saying the water lines come in the boat t valve to the block off the thermastat 1 line will go to another t valve that goes to headers the other line goes out the boat

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    Quote Originally Posted by flyinbrian5 View Post
    I gess what iam saying the water lines come in the boat t valve to the block off the thermastat 1 line will go to another t valve that goes to headers the other line goes out the boat
    After research, I changed my plumbing from the setup you have now because of excessive pressure inside the motor. I think many guys on here will probably tell you that the way you have it now is the way Basset says it should be done, but it creates problems in alot of boats. Check out the link Tom (JetBoatPerformance) posted, I believe this is your current setup, or check this one.
    http://www.performancejet.com/ttjetb...necooling.html
    There are alot of different possible setups, but I believe that feeding ot headers off the t-stat is not optimum.
    I teed off the main line from the pump before the tee to the water pump housing (block entrance) to feed my OT headers. Here is a crude drawing of what I did. the green tee is the basset tee, the red circles are gate valves, besides that I think you can get it, if not pm me and I will help if I can.
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    thank you very much iam going with your idea thanks

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    Default dont just trust me

    Do research of your own, this is not a one answer deal man, there are tons of products out there and people with WAY more knowege than me. I like this setup and I am not trying to down myself, but look around first, then make a choice on who to listen to on what. I was just throwing out there what I did, think of it as what works to make a gullwing handle better is way different than what will make a 18 degree v hull handle better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 74glencoe View Post
    After research, I changed my plumbing from the setup you have now because of excessive pressure inside the motor. I think many guys on here will probably tell you that the way you have it now is the way Basset says it should be done, but it creates problems in alot of boats. Check out the link Tom (JetBoatPerformance) posted, I believe this is your current setup, or check this one.
    http://www.performancejet.com/ttjetb...necooling.html
    There are alot of different possible setups, but I believe that feeding ot headers off the t-stat is not optimum.
    I teed off the main line from the pump before the tee to the water pump housing (block entrance) to feed my OT headers. Here is a crude drawing of what I did. the green tee is the basset tee, the red circles are gate valves, besides that I think you can get it, if not pm me and I will help if I can.
    just curious as to why feeding OT headers off t-stat wouldnt be optimum. i know every boat is dif. just like to as much dif input as i can

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