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    Engine overheated on hose with salt terminator attatched

    I just got my ski running good, rode on the river yesterday and hosed it all off with salt terminator connected and hooked it up to flush and it overheated, I gave it about 40 to 50 seconds to start peeing, water was coming out exhaust but not alot and was reaching to shut it off and it cut off and started beeping overheated. So I let it cool down and pulled the salt terminator and hooked hose up and flushed it with no problem so I guess I need to figure out a way to increase water flow on the salt terminator adapter? It does flow less water than just the hose. Anyone had this problem?

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    Re: Engine overheated on hose with salt terminator attatched

    Mine flows a lot less than the hose, but I just keep turning the water on harder until I get a good stream out the pisser. The salt thing only has a 3/8" hole and the garden hose is 1/2".
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    Re: Engine overheated on hose with salt terminator attatched

    Thanks West coaster, I turned the water full blast but still only a little coming out with the sprayer. I might drill the hole a little bigger. I rode for about 20 minutes today and it seemed fine. I see you got your ski going, did you get a new exhaust manifold?

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    Re: Engine overheated on hose with salt terminator attatched

    It was windy and choppy and I almost lost it a couple times, couldn't go full throttle very long it was ROUGH!

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    Re: Engine overheated on hose with salt terminator attatched

    Is the water slow only when you add the salt away dispenser? It's fine when you just use the hose?

    Yeah, my ski is back up running. I found a used fresh water manifold, looked like brand new inside. I went out in the ocean today and it runs like brand new. Still thinking I want a newer ski with more HP.
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    Re: Engine overheated on hose with salt terminator attatched

    I want one with less HP, I'm to old to fall off this thing running 60mph. It's like a rocket. I can't imagine one with more power.
    Last edited by banjomaniac; 09-27-2017 at 12:24 PM.

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    Re: Engine overheated on hose with salt terminator attatched

    Quote Originally Posted by banjomaniac View Post
    I want one with less HP, I'm to old to fall off this thing running 60mph. It's like a rocket. I can't imagine one with more power.
    Your only as old as you feel. I have the body of a 20 year old. (In the trunk of my car)
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    Re: Engine overheated on hose with salt terminator attatched

    LMAO! Here is a ski I saw for sale, crazy!...s-l500-2.jpgs-l500-1.jpgs-l500.jpg

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