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    badfish

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    i'm new at this internet stuff so bear with me. i have a couple of questions about a jet boat i'm working on. it's a panther jet drive, can i fire it up dry, and how exactly the plumbing for cooling the 454 thats in it. it doesn't have a water pump on the motor so i'm thinking it's probably important to get it right. any help would be appreciated.

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    Hi Badfish, Can you put some pics up of the setup, If you have problems email them to me and ill post them for you
    harrismarine@xtra.co.nz

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    here are some pics, not the best but maybe they'll help.

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    and a couple more.

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    Can you take the hat off the top of the intake and show a pic, I have a fair idea but pics will confirm

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    what's a hat?

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    the thermostat housing on the front of the inlet manifold.

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    that's what i thought.

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    here's a better pic.

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