Drive Well Seal (#8103-) which attaches to the rear of the Mirage Drive to decrease water infiltration through the drive well...is it worth buying and if so which to order: the Well Seal (-7001) or the 'I-Well Seal (-8001)'
Drive well seal is a gotta have, been standard for a few years I think. The I-well seal is for the inflatables only.
The Hobie Catalog now lists two ST-Turbo fin kits (my dealer told me to order the 72065 kit)...but the Hobie catalog now lists a 72066001 2009-threaded sprocket kit...which actually for a 2009 AI?
The turbo fins would depend on what year drive you have, you will need the threaded sprocket kit if you have a 2009 boat. You may want to consider upgrading the sprockets on an older drive to accommodate the threaded turbo fins.
Forum members mentioned using 'packing tape' to seal up the Mirage Drive well when they want to sail without having the Drive inserted.
The catalog shows a '81535001' Mirage Cassette Plug...does it fit the 2009 Click and Go factory change? and if so, is it worth buying?
the cassette plug is standard equipment on the AI, ask you dealer for one. The packing tape will help seal up the plug if you need it, the plug does not form a water tight seal just fills the void in case you drop something it doesn't end up in "Davy Jones" locker.