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    supertech valve train kit or riva valve train?

    Hi all,

    starting to modify my rxt 260. I'm planning to put a v-tech ecu rpm limit 8800rpm and a Et XLE supercharger.

    My question is : for that setup can buy the supertech valve train without expecting a problem (valve float etc..) or should I go with the riva one?


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    Quote Originally Posted by otoss View Post
    Hi all,

    starting to modify my rxt 260. I'm planning to put a v-tech ecu rpm limit 8800rpm and a Et XLE supercharger.

    My question is : for that setup can buy the supertech valve train without expecting a problem (valve float etc..) or should I go with the riva one?
    I've never tested Supertech although many have with sucess. Currently have the Rivas and have run them to 9K for 25 second long WOT runs without any issues. Have approximately 80-100 hours on them.

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    thanks any other inputs only two people?

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    I'm a riva fan boy so riva it is!

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    Stock valves under 9000 rpm nothing better then riva valve train.

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    Iv been running the supertechs with 8800 limiter and stock valves for 20hrs - no problems yet.

    Only downside IMO to the supertechs is they limit how big of a cam you can run before the retainer hits the valve stem seal.

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    One good product is one good and TESTED product.
    I beliave in Riva Products. I know the people, the laboratory, and we are compromissed with sell good products.

    Have the best of all, is not easy... Riva don't sell all best products but I can CONFIRM to you, valve train is RIVA.

    I use in my jet, I sell for customers and Install for others. I will use Riva valve train forever, because I never see problem with this product. Have valve train kit working for more than 100hours, with 8600rpm+ and never have one problem with valve flotation.

    You can order it in www.pwcperformance.com, or, for help us at link:
    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...roducts_id=380

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