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    Flo-Rites

    I know a handful of you have done this but figured I'd throw up a few pics. I had some extra Flo-Rites laying around and the battery was fresh on the cordless drill..
    The two that were done on the top existing holes were done only because I had the extra 2 flo-rites and my tubes are cut short right in front of the air intake. I figured it couldn't hurt.
    I also wanted them to be as invisible as possible which is why I chose the locations behind the fairings.
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    My name is Sean and I am addicted to STXs smokeysevin's Avatar
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    looks good, I really need to do that to my 12 and 15f lots to be gained with extra air in the hull on those skis...

    Sean

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    Good location Doug... Flo rites are only good when theres no chance of pressurized water hitting them.. Drip water from your sink on them and theyl hold it... Turn the sink up a little bit and rite through the water goes. I think you need to swiss cheese that front (bucket as us gpr guys call it) or TUB in this case in the front...

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    Flo-Rites help alleviate the heat in the engine bay correct?

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    Quote Originally Posted by powerdbygarrett View Post
    Flo-Rites help alleviate the heat in the engine bay correct?
    Flow rites are basically framed "outerware" material that allows heat out or cold air in depending on where you put them.. They were initially for snow mobiles and then used on pwc's... They are water resistant not water proof so be selective where you start drilling holes.

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    Those looked like perfect locations!

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    Anyone have them on a 12 or 15f? If so, where? any pics?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Inkaddict View Post
    Flow rites are basically framed "outerware" material that allows heat out or cold air in depending on where you put them.. They were initially for snow mobiles and then used on pwc's... They are water resistant not water proof so be selective where you start drilling holes.

    Im just kind of worried about the holes voiding my warrenty

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    My name is Sean and I am addicted to STXs smokeysevin's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daveski View Post
    Anyone have them on a 12 or 15f? If so, where? any pics?
    check on the budget 15f build, the guy who wrote that, cant remember his user name, he put them on his 15f in the tie down holes...

    came out nice

    Sean

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