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    Supertech remainder

    Hello , ha e you sue supertech spring and retainers? Thai sistema godo product? Batter supertech or riva? Thanks


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    Samui, as I read in greenhulk Supertch people say that does not fit well, which is much better quality Riva, of course they are more expensive.But to its 8,400 rpm not think I need valve springs, people say that it is obligatory from 8,500 rpm.


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    I have Supertech springs and retainers.

    Many forum members run them, they are excellent quality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Impulses View Post
    Samui, as I read in greenhulk Supertch people say that does not fit well, which is much better quality Riva, of course they are more expensive.But to its 8,400 rpm not think I need valve springs, people say that it is obligatory from 8,500 rpm.


    regards

    you are reading old information. the old supertech kit inner springs would touch on the valve seal,
    but even this does not cause any problems. Hundreds of people ran these old kits like this with no problems.

    now supertech has kits specifically for the seadoo. These springs fit perfectly without touching the seal

    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...oducts_id=1979

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Impulses View Post
    Samui, as I read in greenhulk Supertch people say that does not fit well, which is much better quality Riva, of course they are more expensive.But to its 8,400 rpm not think I need valve springs, people say that it is obligatory from 8,500 rpm.


    regards

    you are reading old information. the old supertech kit inner springs would touch on the valve seal,
    but even this does not cause any problems. Hundreds of people ran these old kits like this with no problems.

    now supertech has kits specifically for the seadoo. These springs fit perfectly without touching the seal

    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...oducts_id=1979
    Jerry, just modify the height of the spring, catches have also been changed, now I think you can use them with a camshaft with large jaws?


    regards

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    Thanks, i sue map with rev, to 8600 and we sue Sky on sea alwayse chops corre t ? And problem are out rpm thanks. Sorry for my english

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    I ran the old kits when my ski was modded and never had a problem

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