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    First Mod?

    Just wanted to get some opinions as to what you think would be a first good mod, and why?


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    Ultra LX 2* pump wedge, best bang for the bucks @ 1-1.5 MPH @ 30 bucks

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    Service Manual and the Earthshaker air inlets

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    Bilge pump & Groco IC strainer. Of course, these 2 items dont affect performance at all but they proved their value to me in a big way in first season.

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    2 degree pump wedge and R&D flat filter for the glovebox access cover.
    First free mod: Remove the rear vent hoses and fittings under the seat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beagleman62 View Post
    2 degree pump wedge and R&D flat filter for the glovebox access cover.
    First free mod: Remove the rear vent hoses and fittings under the seat.
    Rear vent hoses restrict the airflow?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red08Ultra250 View Post
    Rear vent hoses restrict the airflow?
    Heat rises. By removing them completely, the theory is that hot air will exit faster. Be careful if you ride offshore, you could sink your boat much faster. I've got a bilge blower on one of my rear inlets....JWilson did the same and found significant improvement. Fresh air is a must.

    See my thread here that talks about it: http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=28222

    Bilge is a must if you ride offshore. I fabbed a neat indicator led that is inlayed in the throttle mount.

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    I love my bilge blower. I have started cycling it on and off at idle or extended cruising to pull fresh air in.

    Jason

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    I have not a CLUE on how to install all of this stuff. And I don't even want to attempt to try because I don't want to mess anything up. Do I order the parts myself and then take my ski to the dealer?

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    Anyhone know the part # i can ask my dealer for on the 2' wedge?
    Do i need longer bolts also?

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