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Integrating fly high tube(370’s) to pnp

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Aquaholic1    0

Thinking about adding the fly high tube sacks(370# bags) under my bench seats, but want to have it hooked into my rear lockers pnp setup.... anyone done that yet?

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Aquaholic1    0
14 minutes ago, -HONCHO- said:

Im running the wake makers PNP under my benches,  https://www.wakemakers.com/supreme-s238-bag-buster-kit.html

whats your question?

Yeah I know a few people who have done that. I went with the sumo 1000’s and want to add the 370’s with that. I haven’t found any place that has a bridge system for that to keep it all integrated as one unless you order the wake makers kit....

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Aquaholic1    0

I haven’t seen the actual setup in person so I don’t know how it’s piped and if the made ports on the bags specifically for that purpose or if I can order tubes and connectors to make it up myself....? If that makes sense?

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-HONCHO-    12

Ive looked into upgrading my rear lockers from 750s to 1100s but what I have found out is, instead of the 3 hoses connecting my rear locker to my benches like it is now, it would only be 1 which would take forever to drain and fill so i stuffed 350lbs of lead in each locker to make up for it 

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-HONCHO-    12

As far as i know it is a custom set up. They piped the rear locker and the benches with 3 tubes instead of one. The benches do not have a overfill or drain, just the 3 incoming tubes so they act in tandem with the rear locker

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NW Vettes    12

Call wake makers and they can walk you through what you need. Basically the bench bags fill first and since they don’t have direct overflow the water then fills up the rear locker bags that have the overflow. I was going to do it myself but ended up just getting wakemaker bags for each bench and manually fill them. It’s quick and honestly I leave them full 98% of the time since we only surf plus the 1100’s take long enough on their own to fill and drain. You could also have one of the guys with wakemaker kit snap shots of the plumbing

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Aquaholic1    0
1 minute ago, NW Vettes said:

Call wake makers and they can walk you through what you need. Basically the bench bags fill first and since they don’t have direct overflow the water then fills up the rear locker bags that have the overflow. I was going to do it myself but ended up just getting wakemaker bags for each bench and manually fill them. It’s quick and honestly I leave them full 98% of the time since we only surf plus the 1100’s take long enough on their own to fill and drain. You could also have one of the guys with wakemaker kit snap shots of the plumbing

We only surf as well, so maybe I’ll just get the two bags and a pump and fill it myself too. Just thought it might be easier integrated and a pain as we usually have several people with us...  but I gues if it’s just once to fill and once to drain, so be it, they can move around for a couple minutes

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-HONCHO-    12

Heres what it looks like.......

IMG_1143.jpg.797660589e80c05be6d06a9c56992b41.jpg

This is the port side rear locker 750 bag.The yellow arrows are pointing to the 3 plumbed hoses running up from the 750 to the bench bag via under the rear corner seat. Stern is at the bottom and bow at the top of the picture. 

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This is the port side bench bag

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These are the 3 plumbed lines coming from the port side rear locker 750 bag. The bench bags do not have a overflow or drain. As the rear locker fills so does the bench bag until it is full and the the rear locker bag finishes filling. The rear locker drains 90% and then sucks the bench bag into a pancake then finishes draining until it too pancakes.

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-HONCHO-    12

IMG_1144.jpg.f56e4d2a75a5752fe4990c5f0f4c5f6e.jpg

Just imagine the red arrow is the 3 lines coming from the rear locker to your bench. 

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Aquaholic1    0
6 hours ago, -HONCHO- said:

Heres what it looks like.......

IMG_1143.jpg.797660589e80c05be6d06a9c56992b41.jpg

This is the port side rear locker 750 bag.The yellow arrows are pointing to the 3 plumbed hoses running up from the 750 to the bench bag via under the rear corner seat. Stern is at the bottom and bow at the top of the picture. 

IMG_1141.jpg.0c8308844844983d6c531e32e05b5b14.jpg

This is the port side bench bag

IMG_1142.jpg.2f5f7f18b4865827eec69851cc152051.jpg

These are the 3 plumbed lines coming from the port side rear locker 750 bag. The bench bags do not have a overflow or drain. As the rear locker fills so does the bench bag until it is full and the the rear locker bag finishes filling. The rear locker drains 90% and then sucks the bench bag into a pancake then finishes draining until it too pancakes.

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Gwiz238    0

If that came from wake makers as the bag buster the rear bad is actually now a 610 not 750 

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