SCOTT Prospect WFS Works Film System Installation Tutorial


What’s going on everyone it’s Dave Ginolfi
with Scott Sports, today we’re in our office to teach you how to install our Works Film System
Kit. When purchasing our works film system kit
it will come with everything you see here. Supply canister, motor side canister, anti-stick
grid, grey spool, and five rolls of film. First step is putting the anti-stick grid
on. Just like tear offs, you want to snap it right
on to the tear off posts. Once it’s snapped on the next step will be
putting the supply canister on. On our canisters you are going to find our
red locking slide, red tab up or open is how you start, you want to get the outrigger
out of your way. We also have a mud flap that has a tab that
wants to be out of the way, so it doesn’t get pinched down You pop it on to the tear off posts, and as
you push down on the red tab you want to push up on the canister, making a pinching motion
with your fingers. After you do that, you hear the click, you
want to go over to the motor side. Just like the supply canister, you have the
locking slide, red tap up, open, outrigger out of your way, mud flap tab out of your
way, canister goes on to the tear off posts, you want to push down on the red tab as you
push up on the canister as you make that pinching motion. Once you have that in place, you are ready
for the film. We have directions on here, it says up and
down, it lets you know which way the film is going to roll across, all you got to do
is peel the sticker back, a little bit, just enough to get the film going, you don’t want
to take the sticker off because you will need that later. Then what you want to do is to take the film,
drop it into the supply side grooves, it won’t snap, it won’t click, it just rests right
inside there. Then you are going to take the film and go
across the goggle, I like to come about an inch out of the motor side canister, where
at that time I will wrap the spool with the film. Take the grey spool we have, you want to just
get it right in the center of the film, give it a little bit of a wrap, get the sticker
on to the spool, then I like to wrap it a full turn with my finger, then you are going
to have some slack left over. So a little trick, take your thumb, wind the
film roll back until the spool lines up with the grooves on the motor side, you want to
get it right into its place. Once you have done that, another trick I like
to do, I just hold the spool a little bit, take the film, give it a couple of pulls,
get that wrap around, and then you are ready for the next step which is going to be putting
the film underneath the mud flap. I like to use a hotel room key, you can use
a credit card, you can use your license, anything that is going to be flat, skinny and flat. So with one finger, I like to pull the film
back, take the card key, go under the mud flap, just to lift it up a little bit, then
I’ll slide it back to the tab for my starting point, go all the way across from the supply
side to the motor side, making sure that film goes under the mud flap. You can kind of hear it as you do it, and
the you can give just a little bit of a visual, inspect it, make sure it’s all good. Again, you can hold the spool, kind of give
it a little bit of a wind, then you are ready to put the doors on. When attaching the door to the canister, you
will find we have these black hooks, they want to line up to the hooks on the canister
as well. The mud flap tab stays inside the canister,
as you will lock it in the door. Once you have the hooks lined up, you just
want to push on these black tabs, you will hear a snap, that’s when you will know it’s
locked into place. To attach the motor side door to the canister,
it’s just like the supply side, you have two black hooks that you want to line up with
the hooks on the canister. Once you have done that, you want to push
in on the black tabs, locking the door on to the canister. Then you want to give a test pull, make sure
the film comes across the goggle, and that’s how you successfully mount a works film system
kit to the Prospect. I’m Dave Ginolfi with SCOTT Sports, and I
hope to see you at the races.

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