Fly High Quick Connect Fitting System Explained

What is a Quick-Connect Fitting?

The Fly High Quick Release system uses two fittings that when locked together create a proven, water-tight connection. The gray male fitting is manufactured by Fly High and will thread directly into any Fly High Pro X Series Ballast bag.

The black female fitting is manufactured by Flow-Rite and locks onto the flange of the bag fitting. The other end of the Flow-Rite is a barb that fits industry standard marine hose in popular 3/4" and 1-1/8" sizes. This system is typically used in applications when the ballast bag might need to be easily removed for cleaning, winterization or traveling. Wakeboard Boat manufacturers such as MasterCraft, Supra, Moomba, and Axis Wake Research all use these fittings for their factory ballast systems which means they are the best tool for the job.

Quick Connect Fitting Features: 

  • Superior O-ring seal
  • Sockets can be installed and then snapped into place
  • Eliminates crimping in hard to reach areas
  • Reduces warrantee claims and labor costs
  • Builder, Dealer, and User friendly
  • Proven performance and reliability
  • Allows hose to swivel and relieve stress from pump outlets
  • Eliminates Silicone and other sealants at hose connections
Here are some short videos we put together to help showcase how this fitting system works:

Flow-Rite Quick Connect System

Fly High 3/4 Quick Release Connect Part# 33036 3/4 Flow-Rite Quick Release / 3/4 Hose Barb Part# 32010 Fly High 3/4 Elbow Flow-Rite Quick Release Part# 33042 Fly High 3/4 Straight Flow-Rite Quick Release Part# 33040
Fly High 1 Flow-Rite Quick Release Part# 33043 Fly High 1 Flow-Rite Quick Release / Hose Barb Part# 33048 Fly High 3/4 Elbow Flow-Rite Quick Release Part# 33046 Fly High 1 Straight Flow-Rite Quick Release Part# 33041


If you have any questions about the correct ballast fittings for a particular ballast application feel free to contact us for expert advice.

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