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    New riva valves.

    Have someone any info regarding the new riva valves.
    Are looking to change my old 2005 valves in my RXP. And are now chosing between the ferrera and the riva valves, any advice? In the process I think I will also buy the riva valvetrain upgrade.
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    ferrea and riva are the same thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slow 91 View Post
    ferrea and riva are the same thing.
    slow you said in a previous thread that ferrea valve train was used from a car and wouldn't give the part #. Why the big secret just curious?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slow 91 View Post
    ferrea and riva are the same thing.
    ok, so these are really ferrera?
    http://www.rivayamaha.com/RivaStore/...%20Valve%20Set

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    Quote Originally Posted by TundraLu View Post
    slow you said in a previous thread that ferrea valve train was used from a car and wouldn't give the part #. Why the big secret just curious?
    because it would take sales away from Nils,Riva and Jerry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slow 91 View Post
    because it would take sales away from Nils,Riva and Jerry.
    Hater....

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    Buy stock ext valves intake are fine

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    Quote Originally Posted by IBADTON View Post
    Buy stock ext valves intake are fine
    +1 and have them lightened if you wish.

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    Don't run the 05 intake valves either, they are junk. Have seen many fail and this one was close.

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...ike-the-other-!!

    Riva/Ferrea is lighter and stronger.

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    The Ferrea Gen 2 Valves were built from trial and error by Me and the guys at Ferrea. There have many changes made to come up with valves that are avalable in Jerrys store. Both Intake and Exhaust Valves are lighter than stock. The intake valves are stainless steel. Exhaust valve are made from a material that ferrea calls Nymonic 80. Both valves use a single groove locks that are included with the set.

    I don't know what Riva is selling. Proably a close copy of what I have.

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