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    Keeping water off the electrical/fuse panel in a 2006 rxp

    Has anyone come up with a good way to keep water from soaking the electrical stuff in the front of the ski?
    I race with my big storage bucket in and it still gets some water dripping all over the electrical connections up there,
    Certainly water and electricity do not mix well, I have never had a problem, but I want to never have one,
    I was thinking of a water resistant small battery box or something for the connections,


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    The front cover should have a rubber seal and each wire coming in from the back has a seal as well, so should be totally waterproof.

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    Just keep plenty of silicone spray or marine Inox on it for xtra insurance and the water will just bead off.

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