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    Fogging Connection on the Throttle Body Part?????

    I just purchased a 08 Wake 155 that has the fogging connection that attaches to the throttle body. I thought there was a retrofit kit for older models, but I am not sure. I did a search and couldn't find anything. Anyone remember if I can purchase a kit to add this feature to my GTX and RXP?

    The salt in Texas is killing them!!!!


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    i used a 2 stroke carb primer kit parts and drilled the TB

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    Quote Originally Posted by thompsdw View Post
    I just purchased a 08 Wake 155 that has the fogging connection that attaches to the throttle body. I thought there was a retrofit kit for older models, but I am not sure. I did a search and couldn't find anything. Anyone remember if I can purchase a kit to add this feature to my GTX and RXP?

    The salt in Texas is killing them!!!!
    That port on the TB will not fog the engine. It may lube the FA and TB maybe. There is a flame arrestor in the intake manifold that catches all the lube you spray in that port. I doubt very much lube gets pass the FA.

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    I used to fog my 2 stroke seadoo through the flame arrestor and it would smoke like a bandit. I think it will work, I just have to find the kit to install it.

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    i put one of those on my 03 4-tec,not positive,but i don't think they're available anymore...

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    Quote Originally Posted by thompsdw View Post
    I just purchased a 08 Wake 155 that has the fogging connection that attaches to the throttle body. I thought there was a retrofit kit for older models, but I am not sure. I did a search and couldn't find anything. Anyone remember if I can purchase a kit to add this feature to my GTX and RXP?

    The salt in Texas is killing them!!!!
    per the owner's manual, that is NOT a fogging port, but rather a throttle body lubing port.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thompsdw View Post
    I just purchased a 08 Wake 155 that has the fogging connection that attaches to the throttle body. I thought there was a retrofit kit for older models, but I am not sure. I did a search and couldn't find anything. Anyone remember if I can purchase a kit to add this feature to my GTX and RXP?

    The salt in Texas is killing them!!!!
    Here is the part # for the kit you are looking for:295501048

    Part Number - Description - Price - Total
    295501048 - 1503 4-TEC THOTTLE BODY QUICK LUBRICATI - $36.99 - $36.99

    Its 36.99 on the forums online store!

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    To fog the cylinders I pull the injectors out.

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    You do not want to fog thru the TB on an internal IC ski like an RXP. Fogging oil will coat the IC which is a really bad idea.

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