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    Hose quick connect

    Is it ok to leave a hose quick connect in ? Is it ok to have the little nozzle connected to the hose connection while your riding ?


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    yup thats what seadoo recomends in the owners manual...

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    i do it when im riding and i use it when im fluching

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    I've had mine on for almost a year. Both skis have one on

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    On the 04 RXP, the manual says (page79) "CAUTION:Remove quick connect adapter after flushing operation". I have heard the adapter restricts water flow coming out this fitting in normal use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ultra/RXP
    On the 04 RXP, the manual says (page79) "CAUTION:Remove quick connect adapter after flushing operation". I have heard the adapter restricts water flow coming out this fitting in normal use.
    yes, my dealer told me when going over the ski like 100 times not to leave that thing in, it can cause overheating...actually he was right. it happened to my buddy one time...

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    I was doing a search to determine the right flush port on the rxp and found this thread. I have always left the quick connect in place on the skis I have owned. They are a pain in the ass to get in and out. Should the male portion of the quick connect really be removed during running the ski?

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    I have had mine in my RXTX since I bought it 2 years ago.

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    I take mine out.

    This is like the BOV debate. If you can take it out easily, you may as well.

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    I have always left the female end on my ski and the male end on my hose. Never had a problem and have been doing it since 04.

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