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    The all new Riva Gen 2 Powercooler kits are shipping now

    All pending back orders are shipping now and there are plenty in stock if you want one of these you can check them out here

    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...oducts_id=1801

    RIVA Gen 2 Power Cooler Kit


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    Presenting the ultimate aftermarket intercooler system for the Sea-Doo 215hp engine! The RIVA ‘GEN-2’ Power Cooler is our next generation intercooler system featuring a new "oversized" cooler element for maximum efficiency. Delivers an increase of 18 peak horsepower over original intercooler providing arm-wrenching results on the water. The ‘GEN-2’ Power Cooler features a large, unrestricted core that exhibits minimal pressure loss. The cooling element is dramatically more efficient than the stock unit with exit temperatures averaging 50°F cooler than stock. This delivers cooler, denser air for increased performance throughout the RPM range. Includes integrated blow-off valve mount that will accept RIVA Blow-Off Valve kits (sold separately) for improved supercharger reliability and performance, dedicated flush point and sacrificial anode. Use of Blow-Off Valve also reduces supercharger clutch wear and eliminates heat soak in discharge tube. Power Cooler Kit contains all necessary mounting hardware and installation instructions. Requires use of RIVA Rear Exhaust Kit and RIVA O.P.A.S. Block-off Kit (Performance or Pro-Series). Fits 2004~2010 non-iControl Models.





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    They sure down graded in quality If you have the relocation kit that bracket is different. Thats like there gen1 intercooler setup piping the same as well

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    Riva needs to read our BOV thread lol.

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    10 dollars to the first person to guess who was the first one to install an anode in the inter cooler?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Insanediego Joe View Post
    10 dollars to the first person to guess who was the first one to install an anode in the inter cooler?
    Hydrotoys?
    Or did you do it on Spitfire?
    I know I read the thread years ago

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    The flush line sure is interesting Where does it send the water

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    Quote Originally Posted by Insanediego Joe View Post
    10 dollars to the first person to guess who was the first one to install an anode in the inter cooler?
    Rapidaccelleration. Daniel did it years ago on the XPL and the SUV>

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ocman View Post
    Riva needs to read our BOV thread lol.
    Or just throw in a block off for it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Insanediego Joe View Post
    10 dollars to the first person to guess who was the first one to install an anode in the inter cooler?
    what if we did it years ago but can't get any proof? since we don't like to post everything on here....

    this thing is a good price, looks like vortec is back but they added a flush port to save there ass and an anode, nice work

    Jerry, i have a leaking gen1 vortec here, can we purchase just the core from these new units? hook a brother up..

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    I did infact love the performance from my original Vortec Gen1 cooler. I never had one issue either. I think it was the salt water that did them
    in. I with they would come to the $599 mark as I believe them to be very nice, but a MSRP of $599 would sell the crap out of them.

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