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Old 02-03-2012, 08:13 PM
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Looks wise... they are kinda ghetto in the rubber IMO but some Fountains have them in polished stainless tubes that look much better!
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They are WAY too ghetto in rubber, not something you want to put on a nice Nor-Tech, or any other nice powerboat. Much better looking in polished steel.
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Old 02-03-2012, 08:30 PM
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Just a thought

As said, don't do the pipes untill you done a test run. Then if you choose to do the pipes, there is is ways of finetuning them. We did a pair on a 07' Lightning, and what we did was basically some nice machined caps you could screw on top with a smaller or larger hole in them. Looked good, and made the amount of air pulled into the prop something you could control.
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Tell you what, before you make any decisions let me take it out and test run it a bit, I will let you know if it needs them or not. This may take a bit of test time, say a couple weeks or so, but I won't charge ya and I may even wash it before I bring it back
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Old 02-04-2012, 09:04 AM
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Tell you what, before you make any decisions let me take it out and test run it a bit, I will let you know if it needs them or not. This may take a bit of test time, say a couple weeks or so, but I won't charge ya and I may even wash it before I bring it back
don't U have a battery switch 2 install!!!
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don't U have a battery switch 2 install!!!
Jeez, you sound like my wife

I would try it first without them, should be easy to add on if you feel the need is there.
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Any other thoughts, Thanx!!
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