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    Intake Grate for RXP X 260

    Why has Riva not got one on the market yet?


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    Riva has both an RXPX 260 & RXTX 260 grate in development. They told me that the OEM grates are pretty good with top speed, hook up and pump stuffing up to low-mid 80s. They say they have some very good designs that outperform the stock grates coming this Spring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    Riva has both an RXPX 260 & RXTX 260 grate in development. They told me that the OEM grates are pretty good with top speed, hook up and pump stuffing up to low-mid 80s. They say they have some very good designs that outperform the stock grates coming this Spring.
    New T-X is running mid 80s?????

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    Quote Originally Posted by imp0ster View Post
    New T-X is running mid 80s?????
    He's saying modded skis with stock grates. 80mph TX's have been around for a while

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    Riva has both an RXPX 260 & RXTX 260 grate in development. They told me that the OEM grates are pretty good with top speed, hook up and pump stuffing up to low-mid 80s. They say they have some very good designs that outperform the stock grates coming this Spring.
    We wait with baited breath.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    Riva has both an RXPX 260 & RXTX 260 grate in development. They told me that the OEM grates are pretty good with top speed, hook up and pump stuffing up to low-mid 80s. They say they have some very good designs that outperform the stock grates coming this Spring.
    Thanks Jerry. That was the answer I was looking for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    Riva has both an RXPX 260 & RXTX 260 grate in development. They told me that the OEM grates are pretty good with top speed, hook up and pump stuffing up to low-mid 80s. They say they have some very good designs that outperform the stock grates coming this Spring.
    This is good news!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    Riva has both an RXPX 260 & RXTX 260 grate in development. They told me that the OEM grates are pretty good with top speed, hook up and pump stuffing up to low-mid 80s. They say they have some very good designs that outperform the stock grates coming this Spring.
    Will their new grate help with pump stuffing above 85+ ?

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    Intake Grate for RXP X 260

    Quote Originally Posted by Glade Rider View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    Riva has both an RXPX 260 & RXTX 260 grate in development. They told me that the OEM grates are pretty good with top speed, hook up and pump stuffing up to low-mid 80s. They say they have some very good designs that outperform the stock grates coming this Spring.
    Will their new grate help with pump stuffing above 85+ ?
    Glade have you tried going back to a stock grate by any chance? Scott and I are going to try once the weather breaks 40. Ugh

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    Quote Originally Posted by ecpChris View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Glade Rider View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    Riva has both an RXPX 260 & RXTX 260 grate in development. They told me that the OEM grates are pretty good with top speed, hook up and pump stuffing up to low-mid 80s. They say they have some very good designs that outperform the stock grates coming this Spring.
    Will their new grate help with pump stuffing above 85+ ?
    Glade have you tried going back to a stock grate by any chance? Scott and I are going to try once the weather breaks 40. Ugh
    Not yet but had several people suggest that I try it. 3 PRV's have eliminated the stuff for now. Might just install a shut off valve on the center PRV, test the stock grate and monitor the tunnel pressure.

    Also installed a transducer in my 2012 PX so I can determine tunnel pressure as it come from the factory. Wii post when I have some data..

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