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    How hot does the exhaust pipe get?

    I don't remember *exactly* how the starter wiring was routed, as well as the exhaust temp sensor, so I was just curious as to how hot that exhaust pipe gets and if I should be extremely concerned about things not being able to bump into it, touch it, and get burned.

    I've got everything in, but want to make sure before I bolt it all down.
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    The pipe is water cooled, therefore unless something goes wrong the pipe is fairly cool. Think about this..............the temperature warning switch is mounted into the exhaust manifold how??

    Did I get that right?? It is in rubber isn't it?? Geesh, now I can't remember.

    Either way it's not good to have any wires touching any objects unless securely fastened as not to allow schaffing or cuttung of the wires.

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    pipe

    the pipes not hot enough to be a concern,and the temp sensor is mounted with rubber
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    Doesn't the stator wire loom go under the engine plate to the carb side of the engine? Between it and the hull?

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    I routed the wires for the stator to the wiring loom on the hull and then ran it back to the box where I installed water proof connectors for easy removal/testing next time it's needed.

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    wires

    yes it does,on a single pipe ski,i route it foward of the front mount,then between the two hull mounts,and outside of the right rear hull mount
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