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    SPEED KILLS, BUT YOU GET THERE QUICKER Keddano's Avatar
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    Fresh air Intake

    Has anyone added additional means for getting fresh air into the hull on the SL's? On the SLT, they have the tube in the back of the hull under the seat and under the cowl.All I see on the SL is the small slots by the dash. Am I missing somewhere else that it enters.It seems running 44's and higher RPM's, we'd need more flow then what's there?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Keddano View Post
    Has anyone added additional means for getting fresh air into the hull on the SL's? On the SLT, they have the tube in the back of the hull under the seat and under the cowl.All I see on the SL is the small slots by the dash. Am I missing somewhere else that it enters.It seems running 44's and higher RPM's, we'd need more flow then what's there?
    this is from hydrotoys web site
    i think i am going this route after x-mas -
    i also need to make sure i never roll this pro because someone removed the vent tube from the seat and i now(thanks to this place) understand all that does is let water in when it gets upside down

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    That's tube is big enough,and the fan would help,but were does fresh air gets in the hull ? the cowl seals,the seat seals,Only the 2 slots that I see?

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    You can install a couple of SD fresh air intakes just under the rear seat towards the rear (outside the sealing area). I'd install some flow-rites on them and you'd be working pretty nice.
    You can also install some Flow Rites at the mirror area, or at least where you install the aftermarket mirrors.
    You can also play with the platic under the hood.
    Center console with a new plate makes a great place for flow rites as well.
    Be sure to verify you don't need more fuel.
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    Were can you get Flow Rights?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keddano View Post
    Has anyone added additional means for getting fresh air into the hull on the SL's?
    One trick is to add some stainless washers under all 4 dash panel mounting screws to "jack it up" a little bit. The rest of the ideas work well too.

    Here's a pic of a panel I made that I was going to add 1 flowrite to. Project died though....



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    Here is a link to a thread where I installed a 3 inch flow right on the General (SL) Hull. pics and info. It worked very well for 44's, tripples, and ported jugs!!!




    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...ight=flow+rite

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    Does anyone think my idea of placing a Flo Rite on the right side (maybe where the mirror is like Al suggested) and 1 on the back would create a nice "air flow path" across the carbs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keddano View Post
    That's tube is big enough,and the fan would help,but were does fresh air gets in the hull ? the cowl seals,the seat seals,Only the 2 slots that I see?
    At the rear of the seat,underneath,there are 2 holes with passages leading to the tube under the seat.

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