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    Open loop cooling ?

    Hi all what's best riva or fizzle open loop cooling kit for my rxpx. Thanks !


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    They are basically the same thing.

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    Riva has the best thermostat set up in my opinion if you come stright off the rear of the head.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sundance View Post
    Riva has the best thermostat set up in my opinion if you come stright off the rear of the head.
    Fizzle's is the exact same as Riva's basically. Save the $100 bucks and buy the fizzle kit.

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    Riva thermo is 180F
    Fizzle thermo is 160F

    In my opinion, Save 100$ with fizzle kit

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    The water temp in the uk is cold will that matter with the fizzle ? can I get a fizzle kit in the uk anywhere as I'll get stung on tax if I buy from the performance store ?. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by lummy-x View Post
    The water temp in the uk is cold will that matter with the fizzle ? can I get a fizzle kit in the uk anywhere as I'll get stung on tax if I buy from the performance store ?. Thanks
    It's not available in any stores in the UK. The customs value is not very high so the tax should not be either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boBO View Post
    Riva thermo is 180F
    Fizzle thermo is 160F

    In my opinion, Save 100$ with fizzle kit
    who told you that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ocman View Post
    who told you that?
    Yea, I thought it was there same 158degree thermostat?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ocman View Post
    who told you that?

    This kit includes all of what is needed to convert your 4-tec from closed loop cooling to open loop cooling. It consists of all necessary hoses & fittings, OEM thermostat block-off plate, sacrificial zinc anode to help prevent corrosion, and 160 degree thermostat inside a custom thermostat housing. The installation of this product will virtually eliminate the heat fade of your machine due to the constant supply of cooler external water to your engine. It also allows you to install and run a more aggresive aftermarket rideplate, used to gain speed and handling

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