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    Boy, I really want some triples!

    I might have a lead on a killer deal for either Speedwerx or Factory Pipe triples, my choice, and since ive always had a hard-on for bad ass exhaust systems (on anything) im seriously considering it. I havent discussed it with Rich yet, I know what hell say ("dont do it yet"), but I did remember him telling me that a triple system requires more maintanace.

    So what additional maintanance is required?

    oh, and do they sound badass?


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    facotry pipes for rec ski riding.
    speedwerx for racing, they make more power but are more prone to cracking, well, we crack em cos were not very kind to em

    the only maintenance is pressure testing and tightening up water lines / mountings all the time, no big deal, just a procedure.

    the speedwerx are a dry pipe and sound unbelievable, as long as you dont mind the attention, you'll love them.

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    Thats no big deal at all. So i want the FP triples huh? What happens when one of them cracks? how do i fix it? Can i fix it?

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    FPP's is what ya want and they sound MEAN!!!! I just went back to efi single pipe and it sounds ok but I miss that grumble! The biggest pain with pipes is getting it tuned in. Ya cant just go out and rip and tear all day either. Ya gotta treat your ski like a lady with pipes. Hit it hard let er peak and back off and cool off. Alot of vibration goin on in that hull at 7800+rpm's so nut and bolt maintenance is pretty much a check every time ya can. I loved my pipes but had a bad go with my ignition{pickups}. The accelleration is just amazing. When I 1st rode a pipe gpr it put chills all over me! Just remember its like a race car and takes alot to keep it up to par

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    How do you get the pipes tuned in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bren View Post
    facotry pipes for rec ski riding.
    speedwerx for racing, they make more power but are more prone to cracking, well, we crack em cos were not very kind to em

    the only maintenance is pressure testing and tightening up water lines / mountings all the time, no big deal, just a procedure.

    the speedwerx are a dry pipe and sound unbelievable, as long as you dont mind the attention, you'll love them.

    Your avatar shows that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Racecar_Dave View Post
    How do you get the pipes tuned in?
    Is this on your '03 gpr??? If so...you will need to switch to carbs and change ignition. They operate at a much higher rpm 7800+

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronn25 View Post
    Is this on your '03 gpr??? If so...you will need to switch to carbs and change ignition. They operate at a much higher rpm 7800+

    Yep. Ronn,call me next week sometime.

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    what for real? cant just put a rev limiter on it? Im not looking for stupid fast top speed, just the sound and the "WTF?" when i take the seat off

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    You would be better off going with a big bore motor, you will need a lot of experience and tunning to setup triples on a EFI boat.
    I have one running EFI triple pipe big bore 1390 setup with the T4 Advent ignition. Its for a advance tunner, not for someone just starting out with tripples.

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