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    Hulk,

    Looking Over the Rotax site http://www.rotaxracing.ca/# I notice that they dont offer any kind of Powerfilter/Air intake system.

    Is this because they recommend you use Riva R&D or PPGs or do they not think one is needed?

    Jas


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    No, they have their own air intake kit. You will need to call them up for the details.

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    I notice they have a rideplate modification listed on the racetech website for $125. Anyone know the details on this?

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    Ok, I didnt see it listed, any idea what kind of intake it is?

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    I think Mark is using an acordian type hose 5" in diameter with a special reducer fitting that couples the hose to the supercharger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas
    I notice they have a rideplate modification listed on the racetech website for $125. Anyone know the details on this?
    The rideplate mod is for the GTX

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    5" inches wow I have a hard time fitting a 4" drainage pipe (thinner pvc so bigger hole). I used this
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Reinf...90196942QQrdZ1

    I'm surprised you haven't ripped out your 3" riva left overs Jerry and gone to a 4 or 5".

    I wish I had rpm differences between the 3" and 4" but I'm still on the stock impeller until next week.

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    Im getting great results with my setup. 8400 RPM's all day long with no heat fade so there is no need for me to change my intake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lawracing
    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas
    I notice they have a rideplate modification listed on the racetech website for $125. Anyone know the details on this?
    The rideplate mod is for the GTX
    Yeah, I understand that. I was just curious what the mod entailed and what the advantages are.

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