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    R&D D-plate and Chip

    R&D GPR Ride Plate New $135 + Shipping SOLD
    R&D 5 degree performance exit nozzle new $150 + Shipping SOLD
    R&D D-plate and Chip Used, Best used in 1200R's but will work in any $65 Shipped
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    Is the D Plate a Riva? If so I'll take it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tommy Pantsdown View Post
    Is the D Plate a Riva? If so I'll take it.
    I don't know the names dissapear as soon as you use them and you have no way of telling. Sorry about that. I remember there was a measurement to tell the difference but can't remember what it was. If somebody can tell me or point me to a thread I could measure and know for sure.

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    Here is the measurement now all I have to do is get to the garage and measure.
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...l=1#post415997

    Riva is 2.2" on the opening of the D
    R&D is 2.1" on the opening of the D

    The one I have is 2.1" so it is a R&D

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    Thanks for doing the leg work. I'm looking for the Riva plate....

    Thanks again!

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    They both work the same

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    Quote Originally Posted by thatdude596 View Post
    They both work the same
    Not true, The Riva D-plate works better in a stock 1300, as they have a slightly higer volume than the R&D. And likewise the R&D perfoms better in a 1200. the differences are only noticable on the tach at WOT but there is a difference. We have also found out on Ported skis (1300's) that opening a Riva plate .100 gives you optimal results.

    here is a Riva D-plate laid on top of an R&D d-plate for illustratoin. The R&D plate is used and full of soot so that is not a shadow
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    D-Plate and chip still available

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