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    Jetworks install....GP1200R

    Hello all....rebuilt my 66v engine, and getting ready to install. I bought a jetworks kit from Atlantic Jet Sports to clean up the waterbox. It didn't have any directions with the kit, and I was wondering what the lstest and greatest way to install the kit? I've seen both diagrams, and I am not a fan if drilling through the transom. Can anyone give me any insight on how to install the kit?
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    Following. I installed versaplugs on my 1300 and am going to do the jetworks mod this week. Like butter bean though, I don't want to drill either. We should be good in case of water in hull with the versaplugs in "just in case" situations eliminating the siphon bilge right?

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    Versiplugs eliminate the need for the siphon. They almost eliminate the need for a bildge pump.

    I use them on my ski and will be adding them to my spare ski when I do it's jetworks mod

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    After researching, I think drilling through the transom is the way to go. I bought a jetworks kit from Atlantic Jet Sports, but I am thinking about returning it. Are all the parts except the valve and gasket available locally?

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    Quote Originally Posted by butterbean_29512 View Post
    After researching, I think drilling through the transom is the way to go. I bought a jetworks kit from Atlantic Jet Sports, but I am thinking about returning it. Are all the parts except the valve and gasket available locally?
    What makes it the way to go as opposed to using the siphon line with versi's and a bilge?

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    I don't have a bilge pump on my ski, and the hole in the transom is no big deal.

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    I installed a bilge and put the switch where the fuel selector was Click image for larger version. 

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    Switch is worthless, do yourself a favor and get a solid state automatic pump switch.

    Whale ELECTRONIC AUTOMATIC FLOAT SWITCH
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    Link: http://a.co/6Mbg6Zp

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    Solved my problem by getting in touch with Rich. He is assembling two kits, one for my GPR, and one for the wife's XLT.

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