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    Filling hole

    what do you guys use to fill the bottom holes, and is it worth it to cut extra holes in for more air to the motor, and does anyone ever post videos on how to do work on items?


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    i only fill in the pump shoe bolt holes AFTER i know my pump shoe is fitted correctly. also i wrap about an inch of pencil thin rope around the head of the bolt before i fill in the hole. if you decide to remove the pumpshoe you dont have to worry about chiseling around the bolt head. and it's good for some mph. not much but it all adds up. also it is highly recommended to cut holes in your hood, bucket, and right farrand. 2 strokes live on air. it's a must.

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    any other "free" mods you would suggest? I have cut the hole in the fairing and I have filled the plate holes, 600 grit sanded the ride plate. removed/capped the spout. adjusted the trim rod (just for fun). is there any advantage to removing the black hosing to the intake on a stock ski? if so what is the best way to do so? I just want to know what I can do to make this ski breath better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 20rxp04 View Post
    any other "free" mods you would suggest? I have cut the hole in the fairing and I have filled the plate holes, 600 grit sanded the ride plate. removed/capped the spout. adjusted the trim rod (just for fun). is there any advantage to removing the black hosing to the intake on a stock ski? if so what is the best way to do so? I just want to know what I can do to make this ski breath better.
    yeah there's quite a few free mods that yield good gains...
    -cut hole in front hood and bucket
    -stepped sponsons
    -gutted oem airbox (black airbox with oem metal screens removed)
    -dump the rear water outlet coming off the head overboard

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    Quote Originally Posted by 20rxp04 View Post
    any other "free" mods you would suggest? I have cut the hole in the fairing and I have filled the plate holes, 600 grit sanded the ride plate. removed/capped the spout. adjusted the trim rod (just for fun). is there any advantage to removing the black hosing to the intake on a stock ski? if so what is the best way to do so? I just want to know what I can do to make this ski breath better.
    here ya go.....
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=8829

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