2013 Superjet Scupper Installation

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Hi Guys,

I am looking at installing the following blowsion scupper valve https://www.blowsion.com/products/h...ion-cas-billet-aluminum-one-way-valve-scupper . Does anyone have any pictures and or tips that they could recommend.

Is it required to remove the engine? Or can you get away with simply removing the exhaust? I was told it was easier to remove the engine since you don't get it all covered in fiberglass.

If anyone has pictures of previous builds that they took that would be great.

Ville
 
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I would just run 2 high flow Bilges. Much easier insation and no risk of ruining your foam or hull with a bad install job. I'm about to seal up my rickter scupper because it's just sketchy and i dont trust it.
 
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I would just run 2 high flow Bilges. Much easier insation and no risk of ruining your foam or hull with a bad install job. I'm about to seal up my rickter scupper because it's just sketchy and i dont trust it.

I understand that but I am not a big fan of having water sit in the haul when it is parked with a scupper and on a trailer tilted it would empty out so easily.
 
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