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  1. #11
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    With something like this. Call to get the right part #. GM vs Ford.

    https://www.skidim.com/FLUSH-PRO-125/productinfo/DP7/


    I've seen others make their own.

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    2007 Supra SSV 22'

  2. #12
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    Thanks for the replies and have abandoned the simple just run with the pink stuff.

    Did some more searching and came across this from Indmar: https://indmar.wpengine.com/wp-conte...sed-Models.pdf
    '14 Mojo 2.5

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    Quote Originally Posted by AtTheRiver View Post
    Thanks for the replies and have abandoned the simple just run with the pink stuff.

    Did some more searching and came across this from Indmar: https://indmar.wpengine.com/wp-conte...sed-Models.pdf
    Yeah that's a good way to crack a block.
    -Mike
    2006 Supra 20V

  4. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by AtTheRiver View Post
    Thanks for the replies and have abandoned the simple just run with the pink stuff.

    Did some more searching and came across this from Indmar: https://indmar.wpengine.com/wp-conte...sed-Models.pdf
    Good find on the PDF. Thanks!

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    manifold.jpg

    Just did my 2014 Mojo yesterday with a 330 assault. The Indmar manual had this pic for the hose that connects the manifolds, but I can't find it on mine. There were two hoses coming off the front of each manifold that went to a T-valve that had a 3rd drain hose, near V drive. This was all I could find coming off the manifolds. Am I missing something? Just got the boat this summer, so first time doing winterization, don't wont to miss something.
    2014 Moomba Mojo
    Indmar Assault 330

  6. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by Karl View Post
    manifold.jpg

    Just did my 2014 Mojo yesterday with a 330 assault. The Indmar manual had this pic for the hose that connects the manifolds, but I can't find it on mine. There were two hoses coming off the front of each manifold that went to a T-valve that had a 3rd drain hose, near V drive. This was all I could find coming off the manifolds. Am I missing something? Just got the boat this summer, so first time doing winterization, don't wont to miss something.
    Same for me. No quick connect, just a T.
    '14 Mojo 2.5

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    One more tip for winterization. I spray all my vinyl, cup holders, areas under seats / lockers with a mildew blocker before buttoning up the boat.
    '14 Mojo 2.5

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karl View Post
    manifold.jpg

    Just did my 2014 Mojo yesterday with a 330 assault. The Indmar manual had this pic for the hose that connects the manifolds, but I can't find it on mine. There were two hoses coming off the front of each manifold that went to a T-valve that had a 3rd drain hose, near V drive. This was all I could find coming off the manifolds. Am I missing something? Just got the boat this summer, so first time doing winterization, don't wont to miss something.
    The hose that comes off the T goes to the dripless seal. At least it did on my 09. Its not a good setup as hot water is going to the dripless shaft seal ( causing dripless housing expansion and dripless to become a drippy shaft seal.) This in turn makes the exhaust self draining iirc. I cut mine put a ball valve on it for draining and re routed the dripless cooling off the tranny cooler for cold water.
    09 21v LAUNCH

    99 Outback LS. Sold


    run your engine after you change your oil
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    i have a 2003 supra santera and am trying to figure out how to get to the starboard side block plug. its not open like the port side as there is a walk way. Anyone have any insite on how they did it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nscott View Post
    i have a 2003 supra santera and am trying to figure out how to get to the starboard side block plug. its not open like the port side as there is a walk way. Anyone have any insite on how they did it?
    Does it look like this?

    santera.jpg


    That does look like a PITA.
    Last edited by Zim; 10-24-2018 at 03:06 PM.
    -Mike
    2006 Supra 20V

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