06-16-2011, 10:14 AM #1
H20xtreme turbo kit on sale now until the end of the month
When you buy an H20xtreme turbo kit in the online store starting today through the end of the month I will also give you $500 off any additional parts you buy on the same purchase.
H20extreme Yamaha Turbo Kit
A video overview of this kit can be seen here The kit will include with the Following: -Precision Turbo. Your choice of either 5556 or a 5830/5857. A Garrett GT30R Ttrbo can be substituted at a total kit price of $5499.95. Please make a note in the comments section when placing the order saying which turbo you want. The kit price will be adjusted accordingly. -Turbosmart 38mm Wastegate w/ V-band clamps -Turbosmart Boost Controller -Water to Air Intercooler -316L Stainless steel/Aluminum polished piping -Watercooled exhaust piping/turbo housing(Hot side) -All silicone Couplers/SS Clamps -All SS braided lines needed for oil/oil return plug -Heavy duty exhaust hose - A/F welded Bung approx. 6-8" after Turbo -Mounting brackets -AEM Air Filter -SS Bolts Please note: These kits are built to order. Please allow up to 3 weeks for delivery.
06-16-2011, 01:33 PM #2
Wow...that is a beautiful kit. After watching the video, You can really see the quality of the materials and workmanship put into it. H2Oextreme did their homework on this kit....very impressive.
I'm still trying to hold out for a clutch fix as I've already spent a bunch on engine internal upgrades and fuel/ignition upgrades. But that kit is definitely on my radar....esp if this SC clutch issue is not fixed soon.
And I'm looking forward to what you do with that boost control to tune out turbo lag and keep the throttle response crip.......
Damn Jerry....that FZR is going to be a complete animal...
06-16-2011, 03:42 PM #3
A couple (well a few actually) questions if you don't mind. My apologies if they have been covered before.
What's the difference with the two turbos offered, and the Garrett one?
Is there a spec for this kit, in as far as what is required on the ski. For example is a reflash enough or is a motec/vipec required, engine internals (or is stock safe to a certain psi?) just top end or do you need the full works? Any other must haves?
Is there an instruction PDF to download so we can see what is required and how much work there is. For someone like me who would not be competent to do the work myself, so I can show it to my shop and get a quote before buying the kit.
And finally are Riva or R&D planning a kit in the near future.
Just want to be sure, as it's a big jump.
Thanks in anticipation
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06-16-2011, 11:07 PM #10
From Jetski world....
>R&D is not sleeping
This is the new project that R&D has been working on to. It is a turbo kit for the FZR engine that features special brackets, engine cases cover, oil pump, inputs for MoTeC sensors etc. The famous American company has placed the turbo in the most efficient place, where no one has put it until now. We expect to hear from the company in the near future about the first outcome from the tests. There is one thing for sure, that R&D is not sleeping…
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