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    Bailer system

    So i was working on my 06 rxp's bailer system replacing the zip ties with clamps and i noticed that there is no check valves on my system. I was wondering if there isnt supose to be checkvalves or the assclowns over at seadoo forgot to put them on. Can someone with a 06 Rxp check if they got them? If you guys do then im gona have to buy a pair and put them on. Any help or input will be highley appreciated.

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    The check value is built into the part where the hoses hook on to the drain plug.
    If you pull one of your drain plugs and look into the hole you will see the little white ball.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R-Doo
    The check value is built into the part where the hoses hook on to the drain plug.
    If you pull one of your drain plugs and look into the hole you will see the little white ball.
    Yeah but my friend who has an 05 has the check valves and white balls

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReDevilRXP
    Yeah but my friend who has an 05 has the check valves and white balls
    the bailer system between 05 and 06 is different. You can't compare them

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    so there probably not supose to be on there then ?

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    My 06 RXT only has the balls in the drain plugs and 2 yellow 90 degree fittings.
    The lines are tied up high in the hull.

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    Red Devil:


    ARe you talking about the drain plugs (2 of them) on the transom of the hull or are you talking about the automatic syphon system that pulls water out of the hull while under way?

    I think R-Doo is thinking one way and you might be thinking the other.

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    Yeah, how the hell does the bailers draw water in the hull out thru the drain plugs if they are closed when your riding?...PR...

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    im talking about the grey check valves i am not talking about the drain plugs maybe r doo is but i just want to know if im supose to have the check valves like the ones below in my ski.
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    Does this explain it to all you guys?

    Two completly different systems for the same purpose.


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