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Old 05 September 2013, 18:51   #11
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I have a Mariner 25 2s, the coastal flush kit I have is just a clamp thing which covers the water intake with a sort of rubber plate that has a hose attachment on the other side of it.

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Ah ,,,, different >> we were showing/talking about the V6 models.
I didnt realise the sub 135's were that different
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Does anyone know where it might be on a 90 DFI opti?
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Does anyone know where it might be on a 90 DFI opti?
It Depends on the age, the early ones dont have this fitted, you have to buy the kit. Newer ones have it fitted as standard.
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It Depends on the age, the early ones dont have this fitted, you have to buy the kit. Newer ones have it fitted as standard.
That's interesting; how new is 'Newer ones have it fitted as standard'?

Our engines aren't that old but I don't think we have this!
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Blue-thru flush kit

I don't know about the Optis flush system but I have used the Blue-thru flush kit and it's not bad. It got rid of the dried salt in my honda outboard a treat! It's simple to use and no chemicals to mix, and I just connected it to my hose, added the tablets and flushed. It's a simple set up that works well. You can atatch any flush fitting to the kit.
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I have a Mariner 25 2s, the coastal flush kit I have is just a clamp thing which covers the water intake with a sort of rubber plate that has a hose attachment on the other side of it.

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I have this as well on my Mariner 15, its only supposed to be used with the prop off apparently! But managed to bodge it so that it does work with it on!!
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