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    Dont mount your Kanaflex Here

    I tried out of curiosity again to do a few donuts that dug the nose down just a little and I bogged for about 1 minute or so. Im assuming an ever so slight spray of water is splashing right in on my filter.

    I need to either cover this hole back or mount it up forward further and Im out of kanaflex. I need another section.


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    Shit!!
    Thats exactly where I planned to mount mine... Will follow discussion and see what I'm gonna do.

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    Or leave it where its at and don't do any donuts.

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    guys get the less cook bracket see
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    Not to knock his products at all but that bracket is way overpriced for its function. You can mount that filter very easy with good quality wire ties.

    Ya, Skoepp I dont feel like taking anything apart until the Winter so its firmly mounted there for now! lol.

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    i only paid 75 new

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevorxp007 View Post
    i only paid 75 new
    Thats not to bad. I thought they were much more than that.


    When I move it I will just put it a bit further forward and or dont do anymore donuts one!

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    Be sure you don't cover that hole. You want all the air you can get into hull.
    Put the stock inlet back on. Maybe cut it just long enough to get away from Kano.
    Or just move kano rearward.

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    just put it up front more...shouldnt have a problem..lay it ontop of tank like stock system...ive practically at on the front of my ski and soaked it...never bogged out or injested

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    Quote Originally Posted by skoepp View Post
    Or leave it where its at and don't do any donuts.

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    Plus donuts attract cops!

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