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    "Clean" build

    I guess i should start a build thread for this. ive been working on it for most of fall and all of winter.
    The idea is to just do a mild build with a nice "clean" finish.

    89x-2 i believe, i dont really remember. (its got a squirrel cage)
    already has:
    Mariner head
    Mariner headpipe
    Mariner Pipe
    PJS Waterbox
    Oil Blockoff
    300GPH Bilge


    Want to do:
    Back chop
    Hood chop
    Gas door fill
    full new bars/ grips/ finger throttle/ aluminum riser.
    CATS uptrim
    Dash delete
    skat 9/17 prop
    3/8" coolant line upgrade
    Re-turf
    Themed paint job
    KEEP IT CLEAN
    Pics to come soon
    "No cops in sight = Permit"

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    Re: "Clean" build

    Here's What i started with, no trailer just threw her in the back of my truck. it has a hood just not in the shots. motor shot.jpgOriginal.jpg
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    Re: "Clean" build

    stripped it down and moved it out to my buddys warehouse.
    started by chopping the back about 2 inches. a 1/2'" before the rear ride bolts
    chopped the ugly hood down and stripped out the gas door area to prepare for the fill
    sideshot.jpggas door foam.jpg
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    Re: "Clean" build

    cut 2 inches off the back and clearanced the top of the pump cavity for maximum uptrimRear.jpg
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    Re: "Clean" build

    and no thats not the bar location just duct taped them on for fun lol
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    Re: "Clean" build

    glassed the hood chop, front fill, and the rear chop. Front.jpgseatshot.jpg
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    Re: "Clean" build

    coolant question. ive never quite got the coolant flow out of this ski that it needs. always overheated.
    was thinking if i added a y split (before where it splits for the pisser and cone) and ran one line back to the stock auto bilge (on the nozzle) would that boost my coolant flow with the added suction effect?
    Has anyone tried this?
    Last edited by ITS_RemyD; 02-22-2013 at 08:15 PM.
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    Re: "Clean" build

    BTW found out i have a PJS toploader also
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    Re: "Clean" build

    Can u post a pic of your front fill. Getting ready to do one and would like to see how far back you brought it. Ski looking good!

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    Re: "Clean" build

    well i was right in the middle of a front fill. i was using some extra foam 315 had and we ended up not having enough. also my funds are at zero for the ski right now so im going to take the foam out and just run the stock bottom for this this upcoming season.
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