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    Dual Inline Bilge Blowers

    Items needed:

    Two 4" blowers (I used the Rule brand, 4")
    One 4" silicone coupler
    Two SS hose clamps
    One waterproof switch (Randy has AWESOME ones!!)
    One 10 amp inline fuse
    Wire

    http://s34.photobucket.com/albums/d1...Anch=imgAnch44

    It helps with heat fade and of course it can be used in the traditional manner of evacuating the engine compartment before starting.

    Maybe Sirhc will give us his thoughts as he really seems to like the setup as well. He did an awesome, tricky install on his ride!!!
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    I love this set up, extremely clean.

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    Can we get a little more in depth on the set up of this? Where do you put the blowers? I assume they go in a line somewhere.

    Looks pretty nice and I would like to get a blower for the engine compartment.

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    crazy,

    Very nice looking. Will you have to re jet, since you are pushing in a lot more air?

    Thanks

    Kevin
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    Kevin,
    We've run them on a number of Sea-Doos and Polari and have never needed to rejet. It's basically a way of trying to constantly introduce "new" air to the motor as opposed to actually trying to "pressurize" the engine compartment. But, as with anything else, it's always a good idea to keep an eye on things when making a change I suppose.

    Here's a 1996 Sea-Doo GSX application....
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    That looks like it came from the factory that way. I like it.

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