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    DIY intake...

    Alright guys... What did you guys do and use for your DIY intake for your seadoos!


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    This one works great for me. Going cool rear air this year but, this is cheap and works great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RXPJAY View Post
    This one works great for me. Going cool rear air this year but, this is cheap and works great.
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    Is that a 90 degree elbow?

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    Yep. Solid 4" 90 elbow with K&N filter. Therrs a few of us running this way. I, Did not see a difference in power or boost lose from the 4" front air. But i'm not running hi boost neither.

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    You will gain on a rear pod and get a paper less filter available here GH store ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SLASHER View Post
    You will gain on a rear pod and get a paper less filter available here GH store ...
    Just received my speed freaks rear air screen today. Made a solid 4" elbow fitted from the SC to the jlewis rear adapter. Going to keep the one in the pic for those ride where there might be spray that gets back there. I also have 4" kanaflex set up sitting in the hull for those "get wet" days!

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    With just the 90degree elbow and filter. Do you get water in it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 05rxp05 View Post
    With just the 90degree elbow and filter. Do you get water in it?
    Nope. any light mist or rain comes in, it sits high. And I put a very light iol coating on it to repell any light water. But, I also don't do any 5 foot wave jumping or crazy under water stuff. I meen. i'm like to have fun and stuff but never ever had any problem. Unless you submerge the rear end, your find.

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