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  1. #41
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    Quote Originally Posted by WildH View Post
    You got a picture of where the sensors are? I didn't have much issue when I had the stock bags, but with the wakemakers, it's all the time.
    See around the 1:00 mark on my video and you’ll see it while I talk about it. Note I think the sensor style and position has changed over the years as I’ve seen different setups on some of the newer boats. The reason why it does it more on the WM bag is the bag is taller and unless the sensor location changes (moves higher) water will get to it before the bag is full.

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  2. #42
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    This is the rear port flow sensor on my 2021 Makai. It is at the top of the hard tube, but I probably need to move it o up or over to the flex tube. Mine shuts off before completely filling the bag too.

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    Very helpful! Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HFarr View Post
    This is the rear port flow sensor on my 2021 Makai. It is at the top of the hard tube, but I probably need to move it o up or over to the flex tube. Mine shuts off before completely filling the bag too.

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    I wonder if they can be disconnected or 'hot wired'. With venting and overflow it's pretty easy to tell when it's full.

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    Not sure honestly. I heard some others talking about getting error messages if you disconnect them though.

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    How are people moving that when it's that full tube setup on the bag sensor? I have the same in my 21 Makai and was trying to figure out how to movie it.
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  7. #47
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    Looks to me the tube is just a “cover” over existing ballast tubing to keep it vertical. The top of the tube looks like a separate piece than and the sensor is slide in between it all. My guess is the top piece can be removed and sensor replaced or moved but hard to tell without being in front of my. Thankfully the only tube I have like that is the draft sensor used for amplitude readings.
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    That longer hard plastic tube has a clamp going to the flex tube at both ends. I had someone tell me to raise their sensor, they replaced the short piece with a longer piece of flex tube at the bottom. Then just remounted the whole assembly up higher.

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    Wet Sounds bow speakers & 10's on the Tower & ported sub

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    Quote Originally Posted by HFarr View Post
    That longer hard plastic tube has a clamp going to the flex tube at both ends. I had someone tell me to raise their sensor, they replaced the short piece with a longer piece of flex tube at the bottom. Then just remounted the whole assembly up higher.

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    If that's the case you could just get the diameter of the hard tube and buy a piece of PVC and cut the hard tube and splice in a piece. Either way it could be done pretty easily.

    Thanks for the pick.

  10. #50
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    This is how I did mine…….

    Took a 90 deg fitting, some tubing and a few clamps


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