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    Water in hull

    After a 20 minute rip with a hott blonde on the back, I noticed the boat not sitting level. I pulled the seat off and there was 2-3 inches of water in the hull. I docked and drained the water, which was very warm. Im thinking it could possibly be a loose IC hose? Any other things to check/look for? Sorry no photos of the girl


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    Honestly, if I had a hot blonde on the back I probably would have never noticed any water in the hull until it was too late.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryans rebel View Post
    Honestly, if I had a hot blonde on the back I probably would have never noticed any water in the hull until it was too late.
    The ski was handling absolutely awful with the passenger so I knew something was up. All that sloshing water below deck made the ride horrendous

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    there are a couple places water can enter the boat that are obvious, check the 2 hoses going to the exhaust mani and the 3 little spots near the water box, check the in and out on the intercooler, and check the carbon ring/hat. make sure its not leaking at the exhaust especially if you have a thru hull. I almost sank my boat when i lost the siphon tubes in the venturi nozzle, so also make sure they are there.

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    Your problem is the hot blonde on the back!! Mine is set up for hot blondes, send her my way til you get your ski under control and set up right!


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    Pics or shens.

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    Also check the IC pisser hose... mine was off and I had 3'' of water in the hull.

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    Gonna need pics of said blonde before further diagnosis. Without pics, I'm afraid our diagnosis' will be like shooting darts in the dark.

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    You're a bad man Brian.

    Of course things are going to get wet if you're fooling around for 20 mins.

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    maybe the "hot blond" was too overweight and the ski could not handle it.... Kidding lol!!!!

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