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floater
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My tray is the later type without a cobra head plug, instead it has an oval cutout at the back above the fuel connection through which the loom and power cables pass. The loom should go to a multi pin plug on the side of the airbox but mine is a little different. The pressure tube goes down to the floor of the tray then back to join the loom and cables and lays in a natural hollow between the cables in the oval cutout to exit. The nylon tube is quite tough so will not kink until it is forced to quite a tight radius.

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Thanks again Floater.I'll try through the hole that is there,maybe try and elbow if beat.Will be a couple of days as axle of trailer for derusting and painting,and let me tell you a snipe trailer with boat on axle stands,is not the steadiest of platforms :shock:
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New seats and steering and sprig time. :woo:
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I made torque tammer, lift Mariner 1 inch. Getting better and better
58 knots -->
http://youtu.be/QVhj7Czziyc
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That is nice speed. :notworthy: I'm happy to get 35knots out of my auld '69 Merc800.
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Testing Merc Chopper 24", 6500 revs, 59 knot.
http://youtu.be/f1NjuLE2294

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Sahke US ready.jpeg
Interior is almost ready.
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