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    Kayfun Airhole

    I hav a few Kayfun clones and 3 Originals. I find there is a big difference with the clones as far as air flow goes. I'm thinking of drilling out the air holes on the clones to get some more air in the tank. Has anyone done this? does it work? and what size drill bit to use? asking questions guys as i have no idea about this.
    All help appreciated.
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XrtQma7Nw3s
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    Thanks northener, saw that a while ago, the guy nearly took his finger off with the drill ! lol.
    Was just wandering if anyone here has actually done it, so they could tell me difference.
    cheers,AL
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    The how and why for, the video explains what size drill bits and a few other tips.

    The Kayfun Undead High Air Flow Limited Edition

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cBMjeAdgxJ8
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    Quote Originally Posted by akef38 View Post
    I hav a few Kayfun clones and 3 Originals. I find there is a big difference with the clones as far as air flow goes. I'm thinking of drilling out the air holes on the clones to get some more air in the tank. Has anyone done this? does it work? and what size drill bit to use? asking questions guys as i have no idea about this.
    All help appreciated.
    Cheers,
    AL
    Hi Al,

    Whatever you do, don't use a hand drill. I'm not sure of the name, but you know the the ones that you place whatever you want to drill on the metal plate and you wheel the drill down onto it. Yeah that!

    Also, be aware that the metal is very thick so you need something unbelievably strong to drill into it, unless you drill the screw inside of KayFun. Different story then
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    ---drill press---
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    Quote Originally Posted by Northerner View Post
    ---drill press---
    Thank you Northener. Just couldn't get the tongue around Drill Press? OK, it's Friday. That's my excuse and I'm sticking with it :-)
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    Well guys, i finally decided to do it, Used a 2.5mm drill bit. pulled a Kayfun apart and drilled it. Well... all i can say is what a difference !!!!!. Heaps of air now and no leaks etc.
    Really happy.
    Thanks to all for your advice/help.
    Cheers,
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