Thread: What should I do next???
03-15-2011, 08:45 PM #1
What should I do next???
My current mods on my 2008 rxp-x are the following....
Riva i/c relocation
tdr waterbox with riva thru hull
Pro series opas block offs
worx intake grate
reverse bucket trim
riva s/c washers and mcmaster spring washers
My question is I have a riva air intake but was thinking of upgrading to a 4". I have a basically unlimited supply of 4" kanaflex at work so that is no problem just need the adapter and filter. What filter are you guys using? I wondering would a pump wedge be a worth while mod? What do you guys think??
03-15-2011, 08:55 PM #2
I would definitely go with the 4 Inch intake. You can get a Spectre filter at your local Discount auto parts for under $30 and you can go to home Depot/lowes and get a small piece of 4" PVC to connect them together, all you would need would be the adapter from the online store and you got yourself a 4" intake!
Aside from that i would go with the Riva rideplate next instead of the wedge.
03-15-2011, 09:04 PM #3
Definitely go with the 4" with kanaflex. You can get the Spectre, but it has a gauze filter element and if it gets wet will clog up and will not flow much air. You're better off with this filter
Join your Kanaflex to the filter with a small piece of 4" pvc
and then use this coupler at the supercharger
I would also do the riva intake manifold upgrade
I have all in stock ready to ship!
03-16-2011, 05:25 AM #4
[QUOTE=Green Hulk;1650379]Definitely go with the 4" with kanaflex. You can get the Spectre, but it has a gauze filter element and if it gets wet will clog up and will not flow much air.
The Spectre filter I got in my Fizzle kit looks like it just a fine SS mesh. Is that not correct?
03-16-2011, 07:55 AM #5
What do you guys do to hook up your pcv or topps valve when you put the 4" intake on? Do you have to put a catch can on? The oil kinda keeps everything in the s/c coated with oil. Seems like it kinda helps me since I ride in 99% salt water.
I was looking at that filter in the kawasaki section and was wondering why not use that. Question answered!! Thanks
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