04-27-2012, 03:02 PM #1
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- Apr 2012
Aquatrax 3 seater Performance parts wanted
Hey guys I just joined the site after getting my first honda aquatrax, never had a ski before and already looking to go faster! I can see this becoming a very expensive addiction. Does anyone have any good performance parts for sale? Open to everything and anything for the right price. Thanks!
04-27-2012, 03:55 PM #2
04-29-2012, 08:40 PM #3
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- Apr 2012
Im guessing your have to get to know people on the site before you can get any help? Is there another site were people dont just sit and bash eachother and bash the people trying to sell stuff and make a living? Seems like this honda section could be renamed "bash macsboost and bash h20extreme" thats what all the threads lead to is eventually bashing one of those no matter how it started...
04-29-2012, 11:07 PM #4
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- Jan 2012
- Homer, AK, D.F., MEX., Now San Antonio, TX
Don't be so negative! There is one guy that does the bashing - look back and see for yourself. "Is there another site were people dont just sit and bash eachother..." I recommend the Kawasaki section of this site for a genuinely wholesome, helpful, jetski community of interest.
04-30-2012, 08:05 AM #5
If I came to a free site and asked if anyone had something for sale, I don't think I would get-my-panties-in-a-wad after only one person tries to help. It has only been two days.
Relax, take a deep breath and figure out a good apology.....
04-30-2012, 03:57 PM #6
i guess im the basher. Well if u want to throw ur money away on their parts that r over priced and potentially fatal to ski jump on their band wagon and hold ur pocket book loosely cause they will own it quickly. Lol
Their r a few different types of people in this forum those that r great guys that hnow their honda better than their wife , theirs us gear heads that r 1000% diy and see a cheaper better way of doing things .,those that r new to homdas and need help, and those that want to make money from the ones needing help.
Most of us r or were in multiable groups at one time or another.
Their is a classified section that has used honda parts if ur not lookin to diy or buy new.
Hope this helps
04-30-2012, 06:42 PM #7
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04-30-2012, 07:56 PM #8
In theory the way that you're tricking the MAP sensor is similar to what Mac's module does. Your method is cheaper, but it also requires adjustment, splicing into wires, etc.. Mac's requires no adjustments whatsoever. It can be installed in minutes. It will take someone longer to take the cover and seats off than to install the module. Mac's does cost more, but is always the same needing no adjustments. I'm sure he also spent a good amount of time and money researching and developing the module.
To be fair you haven't ran a MB module, just like i don't run a wideband O2 so i guess i'm guilty as well. I remember reading that someone on here with a stage 2 MB kit running in the mid 12:1 afr's. Sure that's not optimal and is a pinch lean, but that's not mid 13:1 afr's either like you were experiencing.
With any development of products that there's a niche for, the creator/company/manufacturer should be compensated. That's how it should be. Otherwise why would they offer their products when they would just give you a parts list, their distributor/sources info, and step by step instructions on how to build their components. I built my own intercooler set up, saved money, and made my own intake for probably $300 less than what h20 sells theirs for. And i know for a fact i'm using the same intercooler, air filter, and couplers. What i didn't save was time. It took time to start from scratch and weld/fabricate brackets, route hoses, etc all by doing trial and error. Not everyone has the resources and time to do that, but these companies do all of that for you and it should be worth something for them to engineer everything.
You are correct about the different groups. I'm several of those combined as are most of the people on here.
04-30-2012, 08:04 PM #9
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- Aug 2011
macs boost its nice it works also ramon at h2oextreme
04-30-2012, 09:08 PM #10
Ramons dont work i can attest to that or atleast not for long , mine worked last summer but this winter it kept trhowing a fi code 45(overboost)
Drock very true rd ,test and tune is all part of the enjoyment for some of us . Macs unit is very easy to install and no tuning to get its results in mins. But for me knowing its on the lean side makes me want to go the added steps to make it 100% safe .
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