Thread: Hmmm.....Boost Bottle?????
06-18-2009, 07:22 PM #1
Used these in the past on Banshee's and the like, just now thinking about trying one on one of my Blasters.
Anyone use/d one on a twin cylinder engine in their pwc?
Any comments welcome.
06-18-2009, 08:50 PM #2
my friend has one on his banshee
and he really didnt notice much of a diference but he has vf 3 reeds duncan pipes .60 bored over a cool head and k n pod filters so he mite not notice cuz hes pushin all that power already
i would say try the other mods out there if u have them all go for the boost bottle. its only gonna help the low end power tho i think
06-19-2009, 08:22 PM #3
Yes, more low end power, less difference up top. Just wondering if anyone here has tried one and their findings.
I think I may try this on my limited piped Blaster and see how it works. First I have to find the right size bottle.
06-20-2009, 08:45 AM #4
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I haven't run one on a pwc but ran them for years on 4 wheelers and go karts. If you run chambers they got the bog out when you punched it. The chamber kills the vacume on low end and the bottle stores the vacume, so when you punch it, it help such the fuel for the carb. Sense the diapham carb came out the bottle is not been needed. The bottle was for the older bowl and float carbs.
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