Supra/Moomba Bag Vent Upgrade Kit
The factory Gravity III ballast system installed in Supra and Moomba boats from 2002-2008 does not include a vent connection. That means any air that finds its way into the system has no way of getting out, and that limits how much water you can actually get in the system.
This upgrade kit includes everything you need to add a dedicated vent connection without drilling any holes in your boat. Installation takes approximately 15 minutes, and when done, your bag will be vented correctly ensure any air that ends up in the bag (from trailering the boat, putting it on your left, etc.) is able to vent during filling. In some applications, that can mean an additional 200 pounds of ballast in a bag that looked completely full, but was actually half full of water and the rest was air.
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This kit comes pre-assembled and ready for installation, just thread the new fitting into your bag, disconnect your factory drain line from the thru-hull fitting on the side of the boat, and reconnect it to the supplied tee fitting with the kit. Installation is completely reversible if you want to go back to the stock setup at any time (although we're not sure why you would ever want to do that), and makes no permanent modifications to the boat.
This kit is sold individually, so you'll need one for each bag you want to upgrade.
NOTE: This upgrade requires that your bag have a third port on the top that is not currently being used. Most factory Supra/Moomba bags are equipped with that port, and if you've upgraded your rear bags using our Supra/Moomba Bag Buster Upgrade (http://www.wakemakers.com/supra-and-moomba-750-rear-upgrade.html) then your bag will definitely have the necessary port.
Installed 3 vent kits on a 2004 Moomba XLV with 750's in rear and 400 center - very well designed and easy to install
Seems very well thought out and put together, even has a label so you know its a vent when hooking up lines. I haven't filled the bags with it installed yet but I foresee it working well and filling the bags with water, not air.