Lower Exhaust Pipe Overheating

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DanVan185

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Evening everybody,

Brand new to the site, first post. I have a 2001 Sea-Doo GTI that has melted two silicone couplers and now is starting to discolor. Any idea what could be going on here? This part of the pipe doesn’t seem to have a water jacket. The top of the pipe stays cool and the end of the cone stays cool it only overheats in the middle.
 

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You have a blockage in the cooling system or in the pipe itself. Water is injected into the pipe to cool it, the coupler and the waterbox. By your discoloring yours is getting really hot and no water.
 
You have a blockage in the cooling system or in the pipe itself. Water is injected into the pipe to cool it, the coupler and the waterbox. By your discoloring yours is getting really hot and no water.
Thanks for the reply! I think I possibly found the problem. Hopefully I’m not jacking anything up, but when I got this ski the fitting with the blue circle had a hose on it routed under the engine to nothing. I’ve now routed the water from the head to supply water to this fitting and the pisser. The exhaust seems cooler so far running it on the hose. From looking at some diagrams it looks like I’m suppose to have a double T fitting to supply water to this and the pisser on the front left of the ski. What do you think? Am I just flooding the exhaust now? Think I should test it out on the lake?
 

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