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    bogging while fogging

    white fogging my 2013 300ultra the engine seems to bogy down considerably before the ten recommended seconds are up. is this normal or is something wrong?


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    Normal its probably coming out more of a stream then a spray. I always start it back up and spray it again just to make sure all parts got fogging oil on em....question i have is why are u fogging now? You just buy a ski from someone and still have some winter left?

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    fogging the supercharger

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    Good to fog the s/c after every ride. She will last a lot longer!!!

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    I aint been around in a while... A buddy told me that KAWI has some kind of retro fit if you have an 07 U250 it enables you to fog the SC like the 300... any truth to this?

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    no truth just homemade ideas that have always been around

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    Hey,
    Thanks for the reply... There is a shop close to me that is suppose to be performing some kind of retrofit.. I knew it sounded to good to be true. thanks again

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    A 1/8 drill bit is ALL that is needed realy

    if anybody charges more than $40 installed they are ripping people off

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    Well this IS NY... that's what people here do best... I don't have a number for you, but I can tell you that it's about $200+ something about hoses , fittings and such... I think what they did was take the 300 design and try to build on that... when I find out more i'll let you all know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by giguchan View Post
    Well this IS NY... that's what people here do best... I don't have a number for you, but I can tell you that it's about $200+ something about hoses , fittings and such... I think what they did was take the 300 design and try to build on that... when I find out more i'll let you all know.
    Gig, long time no hear! Glad all is well and you still got vintage craft, just like me. I think what these guys are saying is that you can drill little hole in SC hose, and shove in a little valve gizmo that seals tight in the hose but allows you to insert plastic tube from can of fogging oil. No need to drill through hull or do anything too fancy. Someone posted on this but its been a while and I cant recall thread name. I didnt bother to do it myself because Ive been in and out of the *%$# GIO auto lube program!

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