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    TDR VS Riva Waterbox

    Im about to purchase a waterbox for my rxp and I was wondering which one you guys would think make my ski sound the best and also help me decide on which pump wedge to buy the R&D 2 with the ext rod or the Riva 2.5 without the ext rod and just buy the ext rod seperate.Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.


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    Purchase the Riva waterbox. and purchase the riva wedge and ext rod. Hands down i like the craftsmanship of the Riva waterbox.

    Here is a video of my Riva waterbox. Sorry i need to redue the video in hd. But i love it.

    http://www.youtube.com/user/bombsglx#p/u/22/ZJeajq4ALKI

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    Sounds sweet how do you like that rear air set up have you ever ingested any water?

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    I love the rear air setup. No I havent ingested any water at all. You do have to be carefull while running it. The ski sounds amazing with the riva waterbox and rear air. I always get compliments and people are always looking. Cant wait to hear my new Charger with it here is a sound clip on board.

    https://www.facebook.com/video/video...=1960438570666

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    Ive been back and forth with which air intake to go with cause i do like to have fun on my ski and I am worried I will end up getting water in my engine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 08rxp View Post
    Ive been back and forth with which air intake to go with cause i do like to have fun on my ski and I am worried I will end up getting water in my engine.
    What are your current mods? What you can do is run a 4 inch air and just leave it inside the hull. When you want to go mess around in the water take off the rear air and then hook up the 4 inch front air.

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    My ski is bone stock right now with right around 150 hours on the motor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 08rxp View Post
    My ski is bone stock right now with right around 150 hours on the motor.
    Original supercharger washers?

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    Yup I pushed my luck by not replacing the washers at 100 hours so instead of paying to get my rebuilt Im just gonna buy an xcharger

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    If you're a guy that likes to push his luck do you not get the rear air!!!!! I use to run it...i ingested water a couple of times playing around and felt like I could not jump it and spin it around with the rear air. Go with the fizzle 4 inch front air
    I lost about 100 rpm's from the rear air to the fizzle. But it was well worth the fun I have now!

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