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4Runner 10-22-2010 02:32 PM

Anyone Tried "Minute Drain"
 
I came across the website for Minute Drain. It says:

"Simply put - with the turn of a Minute Drain valve, all the water in your engine system drains out in under a minute.

In more detail - your engine components all have plugs, fittings or hoses that have to be removed by hand to allow water inside to drain out. These fittings, plugs and hoses are typically hard to remove. Our specially engineered block fittings and hoses are designed to take the place of all those old fittings. This is done without having to drill, re-thread or alter the block in any way. These new Minute Drain fittings are then connected to the heart of the system, the new Minute Drain easy open / easy close manifold valve system.

Open - Wait One Minute - Close - Done!

In 1 minute or less, Minute Drain will empty all water from the engine block, exhaust manifolds, fuel cooler, seawater pump, circulation pump and hoses."

Has anybody tried this product, or know of anyone who has?

ntidsl 10-22-2010 02:43 PM

i can do it in 3 minutes...one socket wrench and one 7/8 for the large knorck sense drain plug and a nut driver for the hoses...

BTW never heard of a one minute drain...

thatsmrmastercraft 10-22-2010 02:55 PM

Three hundred bucks worth of crap!
 
All Minute Drain Systems are $379.00 per kit.

Pre Season Special
Save $80.00

Now Only $299.00


http://www.minutedrain.com/

The warranty covers the price of the Minute Drain System - your engine s on its own.

MattsCraft 10-22-2010 02:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ntidsl (Post 715372)
i can do it in 3 minutes...one socket wrench and one 7/8 for the large knorck sense drain plug and a nut driver for the hoses...

BTW never heard of a one minute drain...

Yes, but you have a DD my man, it is a little harder on a V Drive and it helps if you are small and very flexible! Those X2 lockers are pretty tight! I have, block 2 plugs, 2 knock sensors, one exhaust hose/fitting, plus the heater!

Double D 10-22-2010 03:23 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MattsCraft (Post 715378)
Yes, but you have a DD my man, it is a little harder on a V Drive and it helps if you are small and very flexible! Those X2 lockers are pretty tight! I have, block 2 plugs, 2 knock sensors, one exhaust hose/fitting, plus the heater!

Another reason I own a DD. :D:D Sorry Matt....

MattsCraft 10-23-2010 09:06 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Double D (Post 715391)
Another reason I own a DD. :D:D Sorry Matt....

Indeed, I think about this every time I service my boat... How nice would it be to have a DD where you can walk around the engine! You have no idea how many times I wriggle my butt down into the locker and realize I forgot a wrench or screwdriver etc:mad: Really helps to have a helper to fetch stuff for you8p


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