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    bunges

    i am wanting to know the benefit of what everyone refers to as bunges. as seen on most skis it is three holes located on the back or side of the passenger area on skis. usually under grab rail. is this a performance thing or just a cool feature for looks. (remember their is no stupid ?'s) lol!!! can someone explain.


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    Bungholes
    Seriously I don't know what you are referring to.

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    No they are not bung holes! they are pissers! seriously!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZMANN View Post
    No they are not bung holes! they are pissers! seriously!
    "for looks" "bunges" "performance"...so he is referring to the pissers? I was totally lost

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    I think that's what he is referring to?

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    pisser

    on my super stock ski ,it has 6 pissers 1 for each cylinder out the top of the heads and 1 for each exhaust(triples) handle when setting jet works valve,you can see if there is any probelm with water flow on every cylinder ,some people dump water from the 3rd cylinder over board via a pisser this helps take the pressure off the exhaust couple and i think it helps cooling number 3 cylinder as well ,i'm no expert but hope this helps

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    Quote Originally Posted by billy gpr View Post
    on my super stock ski ,it has 6 pissers 1 for each cylinder out the top of the heads and 1 for each exhaust(triples) handle when setting jet works valve,you can see if there is any probelm with water flow on every cylinder ,some people dump water from the 3rd cylinder over board via a pisser this helps take the pressure off the exhaust couple and i think it helps cooling number 3 cylinder as well ,i'm no expert but hope this helps
    spot on dude
    and you know when you been idling too long cos that water seeps into the footwell and burns the begeezus outa ya feet !

    thats when ya learn the infamous word geezusufferinphuck !

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    I am completely lost on this one... "Bunges"? Can you explain further?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZMANN View Post
    No they are not bung holes! they are pissers! seriously!

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