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  1. #61

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    It's actually not a big if, Malibu has been using this setup since 2005, and it's the same system that is employed on almost every ship to prevent the transfer of fluids from one tank to another.

    I've had quite a few questions asking how the vented loop works, so I posted a little summary on our blog. Take a look at that summary, and let me know if you still have questions.
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    Makes sense! Ok Tazz order a couple of these things and tell me how it works. The problem with the Moomba's is getting the loop up in the dash area for the front bag. There just isn't that much room to run the hoses without adding a bunch of hose and a few mods to get the hose routed up there.
    Oh wait I love mods!


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  3. #63

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    Mods are the fun part, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonwm View Post
    Mods are the fun part, right?

    Starting to picture a completely different fill system in the near future.
    Hey, Its Moomba time

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    That is how mine is turning out.
    The pros about the new set-up.
    1. No more dumb a@% valves.
    2. More room in the engine compartment
    3. Faster Fill
    4. No more waiting for the bags to fill
    5. More wake boarding time

    The cons
    1. Why moomba hasn't thought of this sooner. It takes average people like us to figure it out.

    I did order the valves. I have two of them right now. I am still waiting for the third one. I will then start the install and take pictures of what I did. I do need to give credit to Jason from www.wakemakers.com. He is the one who walked me through the entire process and how to install. Thanks Jason
    Tazz
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    Quote Originally Posted by newty View Post
    The problem with the Moomba's is getting the loop up in the dash area for the front bag. There just isn't that much room to run the hoses without adding a bunch of hose and a few mods to get the hose routed up there.
    This i gotta see! It is so cramped up there and as i see it the loop must be at the same level or higher than the thru hull? I don't know where in the heck you'd put it?
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    Razz--
    I have a spot in mind. When I attack this mod, I will see if it will work there. I do know that I need to extend the hoses a bit. I am working both this week and part of next week in Southern Calif right now. When I return to Vegas, I need to take care of this. Need to have boat ready for Don Pedro.
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    I've found that using the stock hose to run to the inlet of the loop and then run a new piece of hose out from the loop to the bag.
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