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Old 05-22-2020, 09:26 AM
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Doug Williams
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Default Zenoah G26M hooked up to

I just put a new Zenoah into my Blalkjack 55. The water pump I am using has 5 I/O's. 2 are input from the rudders, 1 is output to the engine, 1 is output to the exhaust. I am unclear what the 5th one of for. I've attached a dialgram below and as you can see it's labelled as "engine pressure line"

Does anyone have any idea where this 5th line should be connected to... if at all?

thanks,
Doug

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Old 05-22-2020, 10:32 AM
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Your water pump needs pulse from the engine to operate.That line either goes to a pulse fitting on your carb block or a fitting placed on you engines crankcase.You can buy carb blocks with the fitting already in it,but if you want to do it yourself here's an article from Model Gas Boats .The line you use to go to the engine from the pump can't be a soft line or it will collapse and cut off your pulse. Place the pump near the engine so the line is as short as possible https://www.modelgasboats.com/magazi...r-pump-install

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