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    shave reduction nozzle ??

    as u see below i wanted to shave does two tubes from the reduction nozzle....


    -with what could i cut this nd shave just the 2 tubes?
    -could i expect a 0.2 increase in gps atleast?

    i know this as been talked about , does anyone have the links that could anwser some of my questions....
    Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by willymvpalonso View Post
    as u see below i wanted to shave does two tubes from the reduction nozzle....


    -with what could i cut this nd shave just the 2 tubes?
    -could i expect a 0.2 increase in gps atleast?

    i know this as been talked about , does anyone have the links that could anwser some of my questions....
    Thanks
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    Use a dremel and no i doubt youll see any increases

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    Read the threads below ... IF you pull out those tubes, there is a lot more you need to do, or your hull will fill with water! With the tubes pulled out, the pump will now push water INTO your stock bailing system ... If you pull out the tubes, you need to plug the passages in the nozzle and pump, AND, MOST CRITICAL, plug the two little black plastic fittings in the hull that your clear plastic bilge lines attach to. If you skip any of these steps you will a LOT of water in your hull in a hurry.

    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthre...highlight=leak

    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthre...ght=bilge+leak

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    Quote Originally Posted by vern View Post
    read the threads below ... If you pull out those tubes, there is a lot more you need to do, or your hull will fill with water! With the tubes pulled out, the pump will now push water into your stock bailing system ... If you pull out the tubes, you need to plug the passages in the nozzle and pump, and, most critical, plug the two little black plastic fittings in the hull that your clear plastic bilge lines attach to. If you skip any of these steps you will a lot of water in your hull in a hurry.

    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthre...highlight=leak

    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthre...ght=bilge+leak
    thanks vern...
    I remember seeing these thread...help's alot!

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    another question in my hands! help from all u experts!

    have any of you cut the fins off...as u see in the picture!
    any advice or comments in this part of the ski???


    thanks in advance if u help!
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    there's no point in cutting them out unless one or more of them is damaged and causing cavitation

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    Here are pics of my venturi's.
    I moded both my stock venturi and pro nozzle venturi.
    Cant say for gains as i never did back to back test, but i dont run stock bilige setup so no need for siphon tubes anymore.
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