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    2009 S150 Air Intake in 2007 s150!!!

    Hi Guys,

    I will be working on my first performance upgrade and while doing some research I came across the parts catalog for the S150 "255HP" I saw that this model (S150 255HP) already comes with an aftermarket like air intake system. (attached)

    My questions is has anyone tried this before, can use this part on y 2007 boat...

    Thank you all
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    RXTScott
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    I've been thinking about doing the same thing. I would imagine it's going to be big bucks though....

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    Quote Originally Posted by rxtscott View Post
    I've been thinking about doing the same thing. I would imagine it's going to be big bucks though....
    It might be some money, but I kind of like the idea of keeping the boat looking stock and all...I have seen some "homemade" intakes and I have to say "I would never do that to my boat". Then you have some better approches but they are a pian in the behind to fabricate. I personaly rather spend some extra money and get something that bolts on and go than spent an entire weekend frbricating something made out of plubming tubes...that's given that sea doo doesn't ask two thousand hundred million quad hyper gigbytes dollars as they do for everything else. However, if I see something homemade that performces and doesn't look like a toilet drain system,,, i'll try it...

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    It'll Fit, but IMO, it's too Long, not 4", and you'll get an Improvement over the OEM AirBox Setup, but not as much as you would see from a Short 4".

    Since you say most of the ones you've seen on other People's Boats look like Crap, make your own, and make it look good.

    It's not too Hard to get a 4" SC Adapter, 4" Elbow, and a Filter, Bolt it all on, and make it look Pretty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by duramaxxed View Post
    It'll Fit, but IMO, it's too Long, not 4", and you'll get an Improvement over the OEM AirBox Setup, but not as much as you would see from a Short 4".

    Since you say most of the ones you've seen on other People's Boats look like Crap, make your own, and make it look good.

    It's not too Hard to get a 4" SC Adapter, 4" Elbow, and a Filter, Bolt it all on, and make it look Pretty.

    +1

    If you going to spend the time/money on a new air intake system might as well get something that functions much better.

    The air intakes are on the 2009's are the same as the 2008's. i've raced my buddy's 08 speedster 150 215 and im dead nuts even with him in my 07 speedster 150 215

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    ok - Let's see some pics of some nice homemade intakes. Parts list would be nice to lol! Trying to make one now.

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    My first intake here works well to start out with, if you have the room behind the engine. Just a SiliconeIntakes 3"-4" 90 degree elbow, a Home Depot PVC plumping "Y" connector (I believe two ends were 4" and one was 3") and the famous SS Specte filter. Just insert your stock air hose into the 3" side. Adds bigtime airflow and no need to move the rectifier or oil blowby. Use SS worm straps to secure everthing together.
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    Here's random craziness I'm tried in the past.
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    4" aluminum pipe with 90 deg 4"-3" reducer. It now has another 90 deg bend that brings it back and up towards the driver to help prevent against possible water intrusion. I think it looks fantastic and it makes lots of power.


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