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Offline Jpmichigan

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So.. installed Tom's direct steering over winter.. added Neils trim tabs... and just installed Tom's Clutch... 

Man.. oh Man... what a difference... That Clutch is FABULOUS... see a shallow spot.. let off throttle and coast over...  ...  the direct steering is also a Fabulous..

Thank you TOM for making the Mokai work the way it should.   

I did learn to carry a piece of spare tubing... sucked up some sand into the autobilge valve... had to remove it to clear out the sand - had to cut it but it still fit...  - glad it was designed right.. sand get's trapped and doesn't get into your cooling system...

Thanks!  looking forward to the windshield that should be here shortly.
JP.

Offline Painlesstom

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Glad to hear your feedback, and how you appreciate the upgrades! You are very welcome.  :)

On the bilge connector, there should be no valve. And that has nothing to do with the water cooled muffler. If you could elaborate a little more so I know there isn't something else going on that would be great.

Tracking shows your windshield should be delivered on Friday, if they are on time. lol Fingers crossed!!  >:D
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Offline Jpmichigan

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I misspoke.. it wasn't the bilge, it was the intake for the water cooling..   total easy fix.. you could see the sand in the clear tubing and the connections you used kept it from getting into the cooling coils.

Offline Painlesstom

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Ahhh ok. Definitely keep an eye on that, not good to run the muffler past 1/4 throttle without a good water supply. Glad you caught it!  \./8
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Offline French Broad River

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Took the Ď16í out for a couple short trips.....man that thing flies compared to the 06! That servo steering is something I didnít care much for. 12-13 mph upstream! 15 easy down.. love it. Pump guard will arrive Monday or so they say. Iíll send some pics soon...