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Old 22 February 2009, 09:46   #1
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Verado Fresh Water Flushing

Hi, I have a Verado 250 which we about to get ready for the new season, I have read about some Verado Specific flush muffs, does anyone have any experience with these, are they a must or can I use but current muff which have a water flow to both sides?

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Old 22 February 2009, 11:40   #2
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I have always run them on the normal big MUFFS . And never had a problem unless the water pressure drops at the tap and it stops pumping . After you use it do you flush it out on the adaptor on the side of the cowling ? Just fire it up on normal muffs and just make sure ears on the muffs cover the intakes properly . cheers Baz
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I do like that word MUFFS!!!
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Old 22 February 2009, 16:32   #4
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I do like that word MUFFS!!!
youve got a dirty mind

normal flush muffs but you also need the front water pickup seal ....which just looks like a cap which is strapped on ....its also quite pricey .......from memory 30

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