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    Green Hulk's rear air intake

    I've been meaning to post pics of this setup for quite a while. Here they are

    I got the idea for this from Lawracing. He's running the same setup.

    I have the SC adaptor piece from RXPblast that way im able to connect a 4" flex hose directly to the supercharger. This runs to a PVC pipe that goes into my modified stock rear seat vent tube.

    I use a total of 6 2 1/2" flow rite vents to ventilate the hot engine compartment.

    Please note. This setup is NOT for everyone. I ride in slick calm water and use this setup for drag/grudge racing. This rear air intake will ingest water easily. If you flip the ski with this setup don't even think about starting it. Your supercharger will be full of water.

    This intake works extremely well at making big power. I am seeing up to 15.0 PSI of boost with my B kit supercharger.
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    Where did you get your flo-rites?(spelling) And how much does the JAZZ oil catch can cost? I want this setup but I do like to play on boat wakes on the occasion. But I have never flipped it and have never had the seat under water. Flo-rites won't let water in will they?

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    I thought you had whole drilled in your grab handle?

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    Awesomre Jerry. I ride the flats too!!

    Best part is... the sled guys have been putting these things through their paces already & they trust 'em!!!
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    That looks cool!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cody Townsend
    Where did you get your flo-rites?(spelling) And how much does the JAZZ oil catch can cost? I want this setup but I do like to play on boat wakes on the occasion. But I have never flipped it and have never had the seat under water. Flo-rites won't let water in will they?
    Sirhc gave me a link to buy the flow rites. Maybe he will see this thread and post the link.

    I think the Jazz catch can was about $65

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cody Townsend
    I thought you had whole drilled in your grab handle?
    No, that was on an old setup. This one is much better.

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    jerry awesome looking setup man! im actually working on a rear intake right now. is it a problem not running a filter on it, im thinking about dirt in the air getting in there. and on ur old setup, do u think it got enough air from that cuz thats the one im working on. so u still have that old grab handle? if so would u want to sell it? thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cody Townsend
    Where did you get your flo-rites?
    Phone Order Line—208/529-0244
    Technical Assistance-208/524-3397
    Toll-Free Fax- US and Canada—800/621-2893
    Voice-Recorded Ordering—800/203-5615
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    Address—743 Iona Rd. Idaho Falls, ID 83401

    http://www.slp.cc/catalog.cfm?pageID...&productID=356

    http://www.slp.cc/catalog.cfm?pageID...&productID=353

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    Quote Originally Posted by rxpblast
    jerry awesome looking setup man! im actually working on a rear intake right now. is it a problem not running a filter on it, im thinking about dirt in the air getting in there. and on ur old setup, do u think it got enough air from that cuz thats the one im working on. so u still have that old grab handle? if so would u want to sell it? thanks
    Thanks! No i don't run a filter. Keep in mind even the stock air intake system has no filter.

    It gets plenty of air with this intake. I get 15.0 PSI of boost with a B kit. Nobody is seeing that kind of boost with a B kit

    Sorry, i tossed that old grab bar in the garbage. It was pretty ate up looking.

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