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    R&D intake grate

    Who has a 1200r R&D intake grate? What do you like about it and what do you dislike about it. How many mph did you loose.


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    The 1200 grate gives you a good holeshot and slightly to no cavitation depending on how much power you have.

    the 800 grate is roughly 1.5-2 mph faster but produces cavitation on the bottom end. You just can't nail it.

    The advanced search feature of this forum has alot of information on it if you do a search.

    As for losing speed? compared to stock? or compared to the 800 grate?

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    Are guys running the 1200r grate or the 1200 grate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ledouxmike View Post
    Are guys running the 1200r grate or the 1200 grate?
    personally I like the worx grate for chop, and the stock grate for the beginning and end of the season when the rains push a lot of debris into the waters... our rivers get covered with branches and bamboo etc...

    but hey, that`s just me...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ledouxmike View Post
    Are guys running the 1200r grate or the 1200 grate?
    a lot of riders are using the Riva1200

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    What I like most about the R&D grate is that if you rub it vigorously for 3 minutes in the dark, it will automatically engage the SEARCH BUTTON so you can read 10,000 posts about it.

    It really makes things easy and keeps people from getting mad that this question has popped up for the 500th time this week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pale Rider View Post
    personally I like the worx grate for chop, and the stock grate for the beginning and end of the season when the rains push a lot of debris into the waters... our rivers get covered with branches and bamboo etc...

    but hey, that`s just me...
    WTF did you say stock grate? That thing will throw you off !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fullboogie View Post
    What I like most about the R&D grate is that if you rub it vigorously for 3 minutes in the dark, it will automatically engage the SEARCH BUTTON so you can read 10,000 posts about it. It really makes things easy and keeps people from getting mad that this question has popped up for the 500th time this week.


    president has spoken.... harsh but accurate

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    Eh...I'm on a roll tonight. Too much beer and sun today, and I'm starting my period.

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