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    things to do on a rainy day

    here is what i have done so far
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    hey Dash, what are those two white things on the clear tubing ? are those the bilge lines?

    also, I think Jerry has a mod where you trim the reverse bucket for more speed. Look in his blog

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    Quote Originally Posted by RX951 View Post
    hey Dash, what are those two white things on the clear tubing ? are those the bilge lines?

    also, I think Jerry has a mod where you trim the reverse bucket for more speed. Look in his blog
    The Reverse bucket trim olny works if you have a wedge from what ive read on here. And the 2 clear tubes are for the bailer system they eject water from the hull when in motion olny. Dash while u got everything out swap those zip ties on the bailer system out for stainless steel clamps. Looking good Dash just get that nozzle on there now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReDevilRXP View Post
    The Reverse bucket trim olny works if you have a wedge from what ive read on here. And the 2 clear tubes are for the bailer system they eject water from the hull when in motion olny. Dash while u got everything out swap those zip ties on the bailer system out for stainless steel clamps. Looking good Dash just get that nozzle on there now.
    10-4, but what are the 2 white objects inline of the clear tubing? checkvalves ?

    My wife's GTi doesn't have them. Just the clear tubing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RX951 View Post
    10-4, but what are the 2 white objects inline of the clear tubing? checkvalves ?

    My wife's GTi doesn't have them. Just the clear tubing.
    Oh miss read that sorry, yeah those are check valves but theres a different system on the 06's that dont have check valves for some reason. 05's and lower have that set up in the picture

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReDevilRXP View Post
    Oh miss read that sorry, yeah those are check valves but theres a different system on the 06's that dont have check valves for some reason. 05's and lower have that set up in the picture

    10-4, I found it Devil !! yep, check valves.....I'm still learning

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    give me a sec i got some more pics lol

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    here is the nozzle
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    Having fun Dash?

    I love working on my skis

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReDevilRXP View Post
    The Reverse bucket trim olny works if you have a wedge from what ive read on here.
    Even then it doesn't always produce a gain. I run a wedge on my RXP and did some runs, then did the reverse bucket mod and gained nothing. I guess it differs on every ski. I got rid of my reverse now. For me its useless.

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