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    First Question on nozzles.
    The skis have different nozzles but neither appear stock to me.
    I donít find any markings on either so I wonder what I have. The steering feel is quite different as you might imagine. Do any of you recognize these?:

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    Second question regarding triple pisser hose. I bought a kit second hand (never installed) but it came with what I assume is air hose? Is this the right hose to use?

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    You're right, the nozzles are not stock. I think the long one is supposed to give you a little more top end, but makes steering rather heavy. Don't know anything about the other one.

    Looks like air hose. Guess somebody liked the color, but 3/8" ID is rather large. I just use clear vinyl hose on my pissers, I'm pretty sure it's 1/4" ID, but verify it before you buy.

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    I found a couple more differences. One ski has a highly polished (chrome looking) impeller. The other looks new but it looks more like brushed SS.
    They also have different intake grates.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ratpac4 View Post
    First Question on nozzles.
    The skis have different nozzles but neither appear stock to me.
    I don’t find any markings on either so I wonder what I have. The steering feel is quite different as you might imagine. Do any of you recognize these?:

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    Second question regarding triple pisser hose. I bought a kit second hand (never installed) but it came with what I assume is air hose? Is this the right hose to use?

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    I ordered my triple pisser kit from Skiworx last year and it also came with Husky air line hose. Mine is yellow but it is the same stuff. It worked perfectly.

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    Did you have any difficulty threading the new water fittings into the head? Two went in fine but I canít get the threads to grip/start on the last one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ratpac4 View Post
    Did you have any difficulty threading the new water fittings into the head? Two went in fine but I can’t get the threads to grip/start on the last one.
    No I did not. Try swapping one of the fittings to see if the issue is the head or the fitting itself.


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    These skis look pretty hooked up with a the goodies! One of those nozzles are made.by r&d the other is home made modified. Wouldnt be a bad idea to ditch both those nozzles and go back to stock. From my testing extended nozzle does nothing for performance, no speed gain no accel gain but it does make your turn radius wider and it does stretch your steering cable. Remove that ski will be more fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beekermartin View Post
    I ordered my triple pisser kit from Skiworx last year and it also came with Husky air line hose. Mine is yellow but it is the same stuff. It worked perfectly.
    I forgot, Skiworx sells their own fittings. I used stock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by turboman412 View Post
    These skis look pretty hooked up with a the goodies! One of those nozzles are made.by r&d the other is home made modified. Wouldnt be a bad idea to ditch both those nozzles and go back to stock. From my testing extended nozzle does nothing for performance, no speed gain no accel gain but it does make your turn radius wider and it does stretch your steering cable. Remove that ski will be more fun.
    My son said he definitely likes the steering feel of the ďmodifiedĒ over the extended one (I havenít ridden both).
    Looks like I could take the collar off the modified one. Maybe I will find a stock one to replace the extended one.

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    I have a few stock nozzles if you like, drop me a pm

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