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    getting air to the engine

    hey guys am i just wanted sum tips on getting more air to the engine compartment pics could really help and I'm talking about the 15f just to make it clear


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    A good and simple way is to take the "cleat" pieces on the hull below the seat off, cut the back circle part off of them and put some of the flow rite material over the opening on the hull (glue it in place), then reinstall the cleat hardware, looks factory and lets air in, keeps water out........... sorry dont have any pics of it...... Im sure some one on here does though..............

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    thanks guys!!

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