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    boost gauge

    Can anyone tell me where to find a vacum on the on my rxt to run to a boost gauge? Thank youyou


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    There are three undrilled nipples on the intake manifold just below the injectors just drill one out and attach your boost line.

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    I can also use those for the blow off valve right? @beerdart

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    Yes but a BOV is not recommended on a Supercharged seadoo.

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    yes the bov needs vacum

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    Beerdart you said its not recommended? Thats the first im hearing that. Can u tell me why cause i was told it it helps release pressure on the s/c. Better for clutch life etc.

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    There are many discussions on here just do a quick search.

    In a nut shell the air backing up under decel helps slow the SC down helping on clutch life. The less the clutch slips the longer it lasts. Remember the Doo SC is direct drive off the flywheel and never freewheels unlike other SC designs with sparg clutches.

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    Dam. Ok thanks for the info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SBR1 View Post
    Beerdart you said its not recommended? Thats the first im hearing that. Can u tell me why cause i was told it it helps release pressure on the s/c. Better for clutch life etc.


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