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Hi all 

I'm hoping someone can help I'm looking into building a 1100 blaster 1 I've got a 1100 waveraider engine that I have rebuilt from the ground up I'm now looking into getting a conversion kit from extreme in the states with there rear water box kit but I'm not sure about the pump do I try and get a 155 installed or do I just get a new prop I know extreme do a 14/21 or a 15/22 which they think will be fine I just don't know what's the best thing to do if anyone has done this build could you please let me know what your thoughts. 

Thanks Lee

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Looks fun mate are they both 1200. 

Are you running 2 water boxes or 1 because I know extreme sale a water box kit but I have 2 wave raider boxes and I'm just trying to keep the cost down. On top of that the ski has a 701 rear exhaust on it and it on the left and the 1100 exhaust need to go on the right and I really don't want to re glass it. Any ideas would be great. Thanks Lee 

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The OEM exhaust is already blocked off its the 701 industry rear exhaust I have the problem with because its on the left and I didn't want to glass up but I can always get a transom plate to cover it I was just hoping that I could fit the new one on the left and just make the hole bigger. 

Did you use the OEM exhaust from the raider or did you buy a new one. 

Sorry for all the questions it can just save a lot of time if someone has already done one and over come these problem's. 

Thanks Lee

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Used a 701 industries transom plate, with 3" outlet, fabricated joining hoses from aluminium and silicone hose off ebay. Advantage is hose has to cross over driveshaft so creates a natural water trap. Waterbox is a special, designed and manufactured to fit under footwell

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