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    LED Jetpump nozzle - winter bordom

    had the need to-do this. duno why. not everyones taste im sure.
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    Is it visible in the water during daylight?

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    Daytime Running Lights

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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    Is it visible in the water during daylight?
    you cant miss it that's for sure. the pump is out of the water most of the time whilst riding. and when it in the water the blue LED emits a nice glow in the water.

    Entirely pointless!

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    Parked up at a marina or the hotel overnight i bet youd get a lot of attention. Looks good and clean.

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    Looks like a clean install. How did you do it?

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    i used a 100MM Charnwood black plastic sleeve (5mm wall) and cut it to 31mm length i think and then slid it over the end of the nozzle (leaving a few mm proud) then filled up the cap around the nozzle (exit side) with black epoxy resin and ran a bead of resin on the other side. drilled a 5mm hole to feed the wires in.

    the COB LED (100mm) is bonded in place with PU adhesive keeping it all sealed.

    I tapped into the bilge electrics to power it up (I tapped into the fuse box as per the stock bilge set up - but have ran an on/off switch to the glove box) I ran a 5mm twin core out into the pump tunnel and sealed with a cable gland seal.

    was easy to do. Just have to see how good the life span of the COB LED is

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    Quote Originally Posted by spannerspencer View Post
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    the COB LED (100mm) ...
    Link to the LED piece?

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    very clever. Well done

    Should sell them

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