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    External IC water line routing?

    I am getting ready to install an external ic in my rxp. Does anyone have a diagram of how to rerout the water lines from the stock intercooler? I've looked all over and cant find a diagram, and want to make sure i get it right. Thanks


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    use your opas water lines you get triple the flow and it keeps your exhaust and ic seperate so no worries about overheating. seriously i did both ways and theres no comparision on flow when you use your opas water lines.

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    use your opas water lines you get triple the flow and it keeps your exhaust and ic seperate so no worries about overheating. seriously i did both ways and theres no comparision on flow when you use your opas water lines.
    I have an rxp, no opas water lines. thanks though...

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    edit rxps dont have waterlines as told by another member went to the garage and checked my rxp no waters sorry

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    OPAS paddles are fixed on RXP so no waterlines

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    Quote Originally Posted by mac_man_luke View Post
    OPAS paddles are fixed on RXP so no waterlines
    i stand corrected i just checked my 07 rxp and it doesnt have the lines. that sucks because it really does make a huge difference sorry about that

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikelytle1077 View Post
    i stand corrected i just checked my 07 rxp and it doesnt have the lines. that sucks because it really does make a huge difference sorry about that
    no problem, but still looking for a diagram or schematic.

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    Check out rivayamaha.com. They have schematics to reroute to lines when you install a Riva power cooler

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    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...er-in-2007-RXP

    Hopefully this helps I went and bought new hoses from lowes myself it's 3/4 heater hose at $2.49ft.

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    take the hose off of the stock intercooler that is running to the front/bottom of the exhaust manifold.
    take the other hose off of the stock intercooler that is running to the pump transom inlet.

    secure one end of the long hose to front/bottom fitting of the exhaust manifold.
    secure the other end of the long hose to the rear fitting on the intercooler.

    the short hose goes from the front of the intercooler to the pump transom.

    hope this helps.

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