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    New mods!

    Just installed:

    Speedworks pump shoe saver, riva intake grate (top loader), riva rear air intake, new OEM wear ring.

    So the mod list is as current:

    Riva S3 supercharger
    Rotax 42# injectors
    Riva Rear air intake, no filter (until I get my screen media I ordered)
    Catch can
    Riva intake grate
    Solas 15/20 new wear ring
    Speedworks pump shoe saver
    Fizzle external intercooler

    So I'm letting it sit til the weekend, what speed numbers "should" I in theory be shooting for with this setup? Best I could get before the grate, and rear air was like 72.6 and RPMs were 7850 I think it was, but my pump shoe was bowing up pretty bad (why the need for the speedworks pump shoe saver, which flattened it back down and there is no lip now)... also had the stock intake grate and it jumped around and didn't stay hooked up very well... oh and the new OEM wear ring was also just installed...

    Jared


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    You need a RRFPR to ensure proper AFR and pressure.

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    Jared you really really need a afr gauge and a fpr you are taking a big risk anytime you add an external intercooler the engine is being introduced more denser air and ay least you need to monitor to get an idea to seee where you are at.
    And I hope you didn't ordered the stock air filter for the rear air kit, it will not help keep water out, I been there before, you are better off with just window screen.

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    Theres a guy on ebay internetjunkie4life thats sells a quality cnc prefilter screen with bolts for 40.00 bucks

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcc011185 View Post
    Just installed:

    Speedworks pump shoe saver, riva intake grate (top loader), riva rear air intake, new OEM wear ring.

    So the mod list is as current:

    Riva S3 supercharger
    Rotax 42# injectors
    Riva Rear air intake, no filter (until I get my screen media I ordered)
    Catch can
    Riva intake grate
    Solas 15/20 new wear ring
    Speedworks pump shoe saver
    Fizzle external intercooler

    So I'm letting it sit til the weekend, what speed numbers "should" I in theory be shooting for with this setup? Best I could get before the grate, and rear air was like 72.6 and RPMs were 7850 I think it was, but my pump shoe was bowing up pretty bad (why the need for the speedworks pump shoe saver, which flattened it back down and there is no lip now)... also had the stock intake grate and it jumped around and didn't stay hooked up very well... oh and the new OEM wear ring was also just installed...

    Jared
    Hey Man,

    I live not to far from you, If you need help doing the ARF Gauge and RRFPR let me know..
    The guys are right, with your setup you will want to see how the AF is.. I just got done building my ski with a lot of your parts.. only thing different is Mini Rude and 48's but still can help you out if you need it.

    Shoot me a PM anytime...

    Sean

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    Quote Originally Posted by shrabber View Post
    Theres a guy on ebay internetjunkie4life thats sells a quality cnc prefilter screen with bolts for 40.00 bucks
    I think that is nick. Speed_Freek 39A

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    Yes it is he does great work!!

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    I bought parts from that ebay member and I'm happy with the results.

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    Yeah ive already spoken with the ebayer im going to be getting one as soon as it becomes available. My setup does not require a rrfpr this is why i have this particular setup and didnt go with the x charger. An a/f gauge is on the list just not at the going prices. I bought most of my setup from another member the a/f ratio is safe with this setup even with fizzle's external ic ive confirmed that. But definite agreement in at least checking it but sine im done with mods that would affect a/f, i dont want to spend top dollar on a wideband i dont need... is there a portable way to just check it or would one have to buy a whole wideband setup...?

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    top dollar? mtx-l is $199 - whole lot cheaper than a rebuild

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