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On the zxr750 h2 at the bottom of thermastat housing ther is a small water pipe , where does the pip go to

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Water pipes either go to your radiator at the front of of your bike, or to the water bottle :) if tis not them, uner your ptrol tank there is your water pump, it could go to there :)

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