Custom/Hybrid thrust innovations flow scupper

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  1. THRUST

    THRUST ThrustInnovations.com

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    this is new design scupper it flows 70% more water than flap systems and the major benefit of not leaking as well . we will sell as a complete kit with through hull hose and all the required fittings
     

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  2. waterfreak

    waterfreak I had a vision!

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    nice! maybe you could bring one over so I can check it out!
     
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    SuperJETT Ninja-neer Staff Member

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    How does it work?
     
  4. yamaslut

    yamaslut kill it

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    it flows 70% more than who's scupper system??? Why won't it leak??

    what size is the ID of the hole???
     
  5. Alter ego

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    Looks fugly, but if it works I'm in. What about $ and does it install similar to a regular scupper?
     
  6. madscientist

    madscientist chilling with these guys.

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    i would expect by the looks of it, a combination of the seadoo scupper and a air pocket trailer light.
     
  7. GIL

    GIL Power In The Hands Of Few

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  8. jvergin

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    sweet.......
     
  9. Conquistador

    Conquistador WaveDazed Site Supporter

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    also, do you have a cost estimate yet?
     
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    Idok F1pro

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    got a pic of one installed?
     
  11. steve-uk

    steve-uk Manners cost nothing

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    ive looked at those pics over and over... i dont get it :squint: :sad2:
     
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    me either! Can anyone explain the concept here? If it really works that well my bilge pumps will feel completely worthless!
     
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    steve-uk Manners cost nothing

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    if that clear plastic part is the flap... pretty good chance it will get torn off.. cos look like thats the outside.. also what size is that .. normally the hole for a scupper is like 2-2/12 inches.. looks huuuuuuge

    or i could just be dumb:stups:
     
  14. DAG

    DAG NO RISK IT, NO BISCUIT

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    The clear plastic part appears to go on the outside.
    Their is a hole at the bottom (not back) of the clear plastic part. (no flap)

    It appears simply the atmospheric pressure keeps the water out?



    just my observations,
    Theirs good chance I'm 100% wrong
     
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    I'm guessing here, but it appears to be an adaptation of the TH Marine ball scupper. Made to fit into a superjet.
    http://www.thmarine.com/product.cfm?PRID=55

    They work very well and do keep the water out in boats. I'm sure it'll be the same on a standup. Nice idea.
     
  16. THRUST

    THRUST ThrustInnovations.com

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    gdfl is right on same scupper inside made to work for our standups . the hole diameter is 1 1/2 " the outside of the unit is 3 3/4
    basically you have the fitting inside your ski and you could place it by the intermediate housing if doing a new build or a refoam otherwise on the side like most . there is a ball that goes inside but is not in the picture which seals by pressure when the boat is sitting . the piece only protrudes outside the ski 3/4" or so it is inset into the ring which it bolts to sealed and then a fitting is on inside which connects to the hose to go to the inside fitting .
    i will show one installed later and will also maybe make a video for leakage proof and flow rate . as far as to who scuppers it is a general statment to flap type scuppers .pricing is unknow but around $95 with all the fittings and hardware . and without fittings and hose $85
     
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    yamaslut kill it

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    looks like a weiner
     
  18. THRUST

    THRUST ThrustInnovations.com

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    does not look bad in person it is just bare aluminum at the moment it will be anodized black and it wont look like it sticks out as much it is just the reflection of the silver on the pic
     
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    yamaslut kill it

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    nah... I meant tit to be a play on words... winner/wiener.

    looks like a solid setup... nice find.
     
  20. THRUST

    THRUST ThrustInnovations.com

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    yea i am pretty excited about this i have had enough with my scuppers so i will be my first customer on these
    thanks nick
     

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