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    Fastest in my cove sfackett0's Avatar
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    Sparrows Point, MD (near the Key Bridge)

    worked on the ski today

    Installed a water strainer and shut off valve, plus some other things, pics below. Also was testing possible intake locations. Question I had was has anyone run the supply hose to the inner cooler under the opposite side (intake side) of the engine that it normally runs (exhuast side). If anyone thinks it might be a problem let me know so I can change it then.
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    I hate things that don't work! SearayEX12's Avatar
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    Aug 2006
    Alexandria Bay, NY
    I see in your picture that you put like 4 inch pvc to hold straps tight. Does anyone think it would be bad to just strap the intake hose underneath the straps. It didn't seem to flex to much and it held the hose nice and tight?
    Nice mods and clean install on the strainer.

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