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    Riva Gen 2 intercooler kit - check out this video

    Check out this video outlining the new Riva Gen 2 intercooler for the Yamaha skis.

    The video really points out the differences between he Riva and other intercoolers on the market. Also some very nice digital animation in this vid






    If any of you are interested in purchasing this intercooler please consider the forums online store. Don't forget the greenhulk coupon code for savings
    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...oducts_id=1180


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    Sweet! Always like to see videos like this.

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    He really did not explain much, but love the product, acually already have it in my cart at jerrys.
    I much prefer this detailed breakdown,

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    Quote Originally Posted by badjoka View Post
    He really did not explain much, but love the product, acually already have it in my cart at jerrys.
    I much prefer this detailed breakdown,
    I have a gen-2 encabuleator up and running with great results, but PM badjoka for details!

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    I'm stuck, can't decide which one to get, Riva's gen-2 or R&D Pro Series Racing Intercooler.
    Riva is rated up to 500 hp, R&D up to 600
    Riva can be disassembled for general maintenance, R&D can not.
    Riva needs the hks backbreaking BOV to instal ( I'm never doing that again), R&D uses an easy clamp on BOV.
    Riva gen one is a pain to install, gen-2 is bigger, so more of a pain, is R&D bigger then gen-2? Will I have to take the head off the block to install it?
    They are neck and neck. Please help!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FZS Monty View Post
    I have a gen-2 encabuleator up and running with great results, but PM badjoka for details!
    Haha, I think you can better explain it then me, do post your cell # for the inquiring minds

    I looked at the R&D I/C's also, both great coolers. For LI waters maybe you can get away with the existing Gen1, and if there is any heat soak during the summer months then you know. I'm pretty adept at stating the obvious

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    Yes you are.
    Athena's dash logger does a great job at monitoring air temps, I will try to see if the gen 1 is doing the job.
    Real question is, and a side by side comparison would be needed to see, which one does a better job around 20 psi. Things get weird after 12-15 psi, not sure if any intercooler can keep up with that flow.

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