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    Finally ready to start the mods...

    Just wanna do a last minute check to make that this all sounds safe to run together...

    I have a 2006 rxp 215...70 hours on it

    This is my list of parts to install...

    Riva toploader intake grate, Riva 3" inch air intake, new X charger, Green 42 lbs inj., solas 15/20r, and a stainless wear ring...

    I live and ride chicago area were the water is usually 60-80 degrees spring to fall. Will this list of mods be okay to run with the stock IC and ECU and no other mods... I think that after all that Ive read, water and air temps play a big role in your AF's so I just wanna be sure before I start my project. If so then i think next year Ill add the rrfpr and external cooler...it just not quite in the budget yet. thanks for all and any help and answers to my questions I'm eager to get started and just wanna makes sure my combo of parts is safe and reliable on an otherwise stock engine...


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    sounds good bro but switch your intake with the 4In Fizzle kit from the online store. Its a little better.

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    +1 on the intake. Your going to need a catch can i believe.

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    Thats all sounding good so far...just was a little worried about running it lean... I read alot about people installing the x charger and 42's but don't hear much about the intake add on with it. just wanted to clarify for some extra peace of mind...

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    Your S/C will breath better with the 4 than the 3, you still need a catch can for either setup if you havent ordered one already.

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    The fizzle kit has a catch can with it

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    I had an itchy trigger finger a few months ago and bought the 3" already...oh well...ill try it first and see how it goes and maybe step up later...I think the fizzle kit comes with a catch doesn't it? Also I think my riva intake came with the flame arrestor setup and not the power filter as it does not have that mesh bag over the filter like ive seen in other pics.

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    so even with the 4" intake you think the stock ecu and IC can keep all of this in check?

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    Yep, that seems to be a general consensus. Just take your time with everything to ensure its done right.

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    I will...thanks for all the info...anybody else chime in if you want to.

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