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    switching from X Cooler to XS Cooler question.

    Over the winter I swapped out components and want to know if I need to drill and tap a bleed line and If I need to use the same bleed line that was in place from the factory X Intercooler?

    What method do I use to drill and tap the XS and what parts do I need?

    Thanks in advance.


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    Yes, Drill and tap it. It will let all the trapped air out and allow for more water to enter the cooler to let it do its job better. I am not at home to tell you what tap to use, but someone on here will know and post asap.


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    1/8" pipe tap up in the corner of the highest part of your intercooler with a 5/16" or 1/4" hose barb...

    Austin you should know the specs on this you told me how to do it!!LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by STSPERFORMANCE View Post
    1/8" pipe tap up in the corner of the highest part of your intercooler with a 5/16" or 1/4" hose barb...

    Austin you should know the specs on this you told me how to do it!!LOL

    Bro, I am in the middle of studying for my promotional exam on april 7. It is all I can do to even look at the site. I am so tired and up to my head in theses books.

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    More specs and instructions or a thread please

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ocman View Post
    Over the winter I swapped out components and want to know if I need to drill and tap a bleed line and If I need to use the same bleed line that was in place from the factory X Intercooler?

    What method do I use to drill and tap the XS and what parts do I need?

    Thanks in advance.
    Why you will remove the SEADOO-X Cooler? Its much better/bigger then the XS...

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    A few reasons.

    1. I plan on going open loop at some point and I do not want a swollen leaky IC (several reports)

    2. I like the side mounting points.

    3. It looks better and I have mine polished MIRROR shiny

    4. It seems to be a better IC for recreational riding (boost etc)

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    Ocman--
    Four great reasons--especially number 4.

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    i think the core from the SEADOO-X cooler is much better then the XS...

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