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    Cool new Riva product..."Last Drop Oil Extraction System"

    I was watching the live feed from Havasu & heard Dave B talking about this. Looks like a good idea...no more leaving dirty oil in the motor!

    No price listed, but maybe Jerry can fill us in.

    http://www.rivaracing.com/RivaStore/...tion%20Systems


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    That looks like an awesome product!

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    that is a good idea, i want one

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    I want one too

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    Me three. Uhhhhhh, four.

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    Is there an oil plug there that's removed and that screws in? That's gonna make a mess once it's first installed. Should work great though

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    Thats the oil drain plug i have been using. But instead of using suction i have a hose that i put out the drain plug in rear of ski. Tilt ski back by placing a 4' 2x4 @ tongue and a few minutes later almost all oil is out. It cost me about $5 and a little time to tap threads into a QD to hook up hose to.....

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    $1500 dollars.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1200 stx-r View Post
    Thats the oil drain plug i have been using. But instead of using suction i have a hose that i put out the drain plug in rear of ski. Tilt ski back by placing a 4' 2x4 @ tongue and a few minutes later almost all oil is out. It cost me about $5 and a little time to tap threads into a QD to hook up hose to.....
    uh-huh...sure....it didnt happen without pics...haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

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    OOOO ME FIVE!!

    Nice I like. Thanks Mark for pointing it out.

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