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Cover to remove on 1000P3 to reduce heat

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Farmerjohn, Sep 10, 2018.

  1. Farmerjohn

    Farmerjohn Active Member
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    C2818A63-4BB9-4DED-830E-7078DE79792A.jpeg I just wanted to make sure which cover people were removing for heat on the 1000P3. Could someone please verify this is the correct one.
    Thanks!
     
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  2. Cuoutdoors

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    I took all of them off. All they do is trap heat and mud.

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  3. Farmerjohn

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    I took’em all off.

    Thanks
     
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    Is there any concerns to the plastic above these covers then getting too hot?
     
  5. Cuoutdoors

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    I dont believe so. I had my covers off for a year with no issues.

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  6. DRAGFOOT

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    Cool, I'll give it a shot!
     
  7. mjn

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    Yea, I'm gonna remove mine as well.
     
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    I thought the air filter was under that cover.
     
  9. Hondasxs

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    @CMiller,
    Before you buy the bilge fan, try this. See post 1
     
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  10. CMiller

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    Thanks again
     
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    what about any electrical components getting to wet after removal of covers? sensors and plugs?
     
  12. knuckledeep

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    I removed to air housing cover and the maintenance cover let's a ton of heat out. as far as the components getting wet or muddy they get covered with the covers on so it wont hurt anything
     
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    Yea what he said^^. There is some electrical stuff behind the passenger seat but it would get wet and muddy even with the covers on. It was harder to clean with the covers on so I just left them off.

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