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    bow splash guard?

    Has anyone tried to stop some of the water spray at low speeds and in low speed cornering? It gets annoying to be constantly sprayed in the face.

    Just curious if anything works to prevent or at least help reduce it greatly.


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    I feel the same Im looking for a dry ride as well...

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    soon....

    i have one coming soon and will try it out, i'll let you know

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    I have the "flame style" jet trim. I would recommend the "large" style jet trim. It does help quite a bit at low speeds, and somewhat at faster speeds.

    It's not dry, but it's a watercraft, right?

    Here is my link.
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=20032

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hydrotoys View Post
    I have the "flame style" jet trim. I would recommend the "large" style jet trim. It does help quite a bit at low speeds, and somewhat at faster speeds.

    It's not dry, but it's a watercraft, right?

    Here is my link.
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=20032
    I hear ya on the its a watercraft. I just need a little reduction. I am a light weight guy and that spray is freaking cold to me sometimes. LOL. I guess I just need to bulk up. Either that or the freaking weather in FL needs to get much hotter.

    Thanks again for the info.

    Curtis
    Last edited by cue03; 05-30-2007 at 07:38 AM.

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    I have the large 60" splash guard. It seems to work pretty well for me. I had to cut part of the center out to fit it on to the stop on the trailer. I would recommend one for someone looking for drier ride.

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    I have one that I decided not to use same as here
    http://www.parkeryamaha.com/index.as...D&ProdID=27799

    Figure $38 shipped anywhere in the lower 48 states

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    Creative, can you post some pics of your splash guard installed on your 250x?

    Thanks.

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    Here it is
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    freakin weather in Fla needs to get hotter (?)

    That big splash guard is a neat idea and looks great but I can't see how youd want the Fla water any warmer. Here, the first few blasts of 48 h2o at the start of the ride can give you an ice cream headache but I wouldnt want it any other way. It getcher attention, you don't sweat much and you feel at one with the sea! A lightweight neoprene hood offers great protection for head and face on even the coldest days if you need it (75% of heat loss is thru your head, more if you got a big head like me). Yeah, I've taken endless crap from my friends over some of my gear but theyre not all weather and they gotta worry bout the jellyfish! You guys got box jellies in Fla? I don't know how the guys in Australia and SE Asia don't worry bout those box jellies that could be anywhere.

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