Thread: 2010 Ultra 260x mods??
07-16-2012, 09:11 AM #1
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2010 Ultra 260x mods??
Is their any cheap modifications I can do to my jetski?
07-16-2012, 09:52 AM #2
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07-16-2012, 05:34 PM #3
good reply fire lol use the search theres tons of good info and cheap mods
07-16-2012, 07:22 PM #4
I think that Fire answered that way because its such a wide open question, you have to be way more specific as to your type of riding and what you are trying to accomplish. A simple wedge that slightly changes angle of jet nozzle can add 1 to 2 mph, and adding a new ride plate can too, but both may be at expense of best handling in rough water. One thing you really need to do asap is upgrade pump bearings to 2011 300 specs because if you blow pump bearing then you can blow motor. This topic has been thoroughly discussed in several threads. Good luck!
07-16-2012, 10:03 PM #5
Add the exhaust filter, for long term jeopardy of the engine.
Makes no difference to horse power, but a must.
Above with wot Blue said, will help with extra speed and the pump set up he mentioned should be done first. ( I could be wrong but didnt they put the second bearing on the 2010, just not the coonass nut?)
I have changed plates and grates, but went back to the stock set up for a better ride.
Making a fogging port the S/C is good aswell.
Ive attach a picture of mine.
I took the large intake hose off the rear of the air box. Drilled a 10mm whole in the hose, then got a brass fitting that had a screw cap on the end. Put that through the hose then srewed another brass fitting onto the bottom of that first one, that was at a 30 degree angle. Then screwed a flat washer and nut ontop of the hose holding it in place.
When you spray your fogging oil down the brass fitting it directs it straight to the S/C.
07-17-2012, 06:52 AM #6
what built in safety factor have you for that elbow not ending up in the s/c? theres a far simpler and cheaper way to do it
07-17-2012, 05:04 PM #7
plus the washer will not let the top section through the hose.
Your right there are easyier ways, I had one but it took too long to get to it.
Plus 3 years ago there was a lot of talk, but knowbody acted.
3 years later it still looks and works good.
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