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    Loose seat pins

    Saw a unit with a loose pin holding the front seat. Adjust the height(usually lowering it further) to make the seat fit snugly thus maximizing seal over the engine compartment. To check if you need to adjust the pin, try moving the seat (while attached to your ski) vertically, there shouldn't be any free play.

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    great info mitch. This same adjustment of lowering the pin will also work for the hood latch as well. Thanks for posting.

    If the rear one is too snug, won't that be bad for the hot air that is coming up through the vent tubes underneath the rear seat. That hot air needs to escape somewhere right?

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    Even if it's too snug, if you look from behind with the rear seat installed, you'll see there's enough space underneath for the two vent tubes. Lowering the pin will just tighten the rubber seal on the small rear compartment.

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