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    Thumbs up Riva rear intake

    Just got mine in,,,this is THE CHIT! No joke, the flowrite material doesn`t affect flow at all! Unbelievable,,,shibby,,I used the breath test!


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    Now if mine would only get here

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    so the rear intake is safe in the ocean for us salt riders?? Good to hear. I'm still afraid of water injestion......thoughts? Are the flowrites that water repellant??

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    What are you talking about rear exhaust.

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    i wouldn't worry about water ingestion with this intake unless you completely submerge the back of your ski. that flowrite material is some amazing stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickdog View Post
    What are you talking about rear exhaust.
    whoops...I'm a retard......sorry typo...fixed

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    BRB,,,gonna do the water test now,,with compressed air!

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    Thumbs up

    Water test reveals submerssion proof! No chit! If in doubt about cutting flowrites into seat area,,do it,,no water coming through. I`m still going for the back flip. hit_it.gif

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    Do flowrites retain this water resistant property indefinitely or does something need to be reapplied every x months?

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    I`m sure it has a life span but its made of some type of plastic. Same type of deal fuel filters and injector screens use.

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