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Old 08-11-2016, 05:18 PM
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205v blower

There has been a lot of talk about blowers lately. When we are surfing and I am not the driver. We usually take water through my blower vents over the back. Has anybody come up with any good ideas on mounting their blower to keep water from flooding through the pipe? Currently the PO took the blower out of my 205v and I'm looking to put one back in. I have no idea where the factory location is. All I know is I don't have a blower and need one.


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Old 08-11-2016, 05:44 PM
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There has been a lot of talk about blowers lately. When we are surfing and I am not the driver. We usually take water through my blower vents over the back. Has anybody come up with any good ideas on mounting their blower to keep water from flooding through the pipe? Currently the PO took the blower out of my 205v and I'm looking to put one back in. I have no idea where the factory location is. All I know is I don't have a blower and need one.


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Mine is mounted beneath the starboard engine mount with a run of vent hose to one vent, the other vent just has vent hose down to the bottom of the bilge. Get one fitted ASAP also check the front vent hoses actually vents to the bilge they come loose or split.
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