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    bypass/blow off valve

    is a cheap,old blow off valve better then no valve ? i have a xxx2 super charger
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    That's the absolute worst BOV you can put on any ski. You are much better off without it.
    It's not recommend to run a BOV on a Sea Doo anyway. It's not needed due the the slip clutch design of the supercharger clutch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    That's the absolute worst BOV you can put on any ski. You are much better off without it.
    It's not recommend to run a BOV on a Sea Doo anyway. It's not needed due the the slip clutch design of the supercharger clutch.
    are these directions old ones, new ones or is it just general knowledge that you don't need a BOV?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rtarford View Post
    are these directions old ones, new ones or is it just general knowledge that you don't need a BOV?
    Do your research! You will see from your research that blow off valves on the Seadoo skis are not needed, on the Yamaha skis with a sprag clutch, yes, they are needed.

    You will get the BEST information on this forum. Don't go off a piece of paper that is trying to promote sales of blow off valves.
    This forums store does sell BOV's for Sea Doo skis, but i do not recommend them. Save your money!! How's that for unbiased information?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    Do your research! You will see from your research that blow off valves on the Seadoo skis are not needed, on the Yamaha skis with a sprag clutch, yes, they are needed.

    You will get the BEST information on this forum. Don't go off a piece of paper that is trying to promote sales of blow off valves.
    This forums store does sell BOV's for Sea Doo skis, but i do not recommend them. Save your money!! How's that for unbiased information?
    well obviously you know more about this than i do, that's why i asked. Already removed
    Now how about the 05 to 13 RXT water routing with designated dump?
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