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    Help me figure out what this hose is for

    Just bought a 2005 SeaDoo rxp, clean ski everything runs mint, the guy showed me this hose he tied off, not sure what its for and where the other end should connect if it does connect anywhere. I uploaded a picture to show you guys! Thanks! I'm glad to be part of the community now. Click image for larger version. 

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    That's for the throttle body lubrication This should have a yellow plug at the end which it may be located on the plastic engine cover. Connect it there.

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    The yellow plug must of snapped off, all I have is a hole in the engine cover where I think it should go

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    Quote Originally Posted by TetraNine View Post
    The yellow plug must of snapped off, all I have is a hole in the engine cover where I think it should go
    Then in this case. Just cut it off about 2-3 inches or shorter and cap it off. Or just pull the entire hose and plug it off at the nipple on the throttle body with a vacuum rubber plug.

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    If I wanna spray lubricant down in there, should I just yank the hose off and spray directly? Same lubricant I would spray thought the engine after use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TetraNine View Post
    If I wanna spray lubricant down in there, should I just yank the hose off and spray directly? Same lubricant I would spray thought the engine after use?
    Make sure the Super Charger Washers are the metal style and not ceramic ASAP. You use fogging spray oil. Yes after you go riding. Putting it through the hose is way easier than trying to spray it in the nipple. BRP/SeaDoo has it. Here is another option for you. AMSOIL Fogging Spray Oil.
    http://www.amsoil.com/shop/by-produc...g-oil/?#367509
    Last edited by 800AMSOIL4U; 07-21-2015 at 10:18 AM.

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    The oil you spray in the hose goes onto the inter cooler, so easy on the amount.

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    Ok nice I'll pick up a bottle, thanks alot guys I appreciate the help

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