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    RXP & RXT/GTX 4" custom shorty intakes

    They'll produce more HP and revs than any intake and makes one hulluva noise. I will screen the ends before I ship them and all you need is a 4" SC adapter. I include more tube so you can point it where you want.

    $40 each shipped to the 48 states. The other 2 states suck so I won't ship there.

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    I'm running a special on these. Less than 1/5th the price of a Riva filter and a lot more power! Pretty special eh?

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    It wasn't until I just saw that. The flextube I use is more expensive and looks far better.

    Price adjusted

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    How would I set this up in my GTX?

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    Like this. This is when I first put it in. I now add a coupler you see in the top pics and actuall trim the screen to look good. You'll need one of these and just offer him like $28
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/TORX-RACING-4-SUPERCHARER-ADAPTER-SEA-DOO-RXP-X-260-4-TEC-SUPERCHARGED-2012-/271124137270?pt=Personal_Watercraft_Parts&hash=ite m3f20420536&vxp=mtr


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    Quote Originally Posted by imp0ster View Post
    Like this. This is when I first put it in. I now add a coupler you see in the top pics and actuall trim the screen to look good. You'll need one of these and just offer him like $28
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/TORX-RACING-4-SUPERCHARER-ADAPTER-SEA-DOO-RXP-X-260-4-TEC-SUPERCHARGED-2012-/271124137270?pt=Personal_Watercraft_Parts&hash=ite m3f20420536&vxp=mtr


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    is this custom? wheres the rest of it? very dangerous to run this IMO but hey.. not my ski and just my .2cents

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenbullet View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by imp0ster View Post
    Like this. This is when I first put it in. I now add a coupler you see in the top pics and actuall trim the screen to look good. You'll need one of these and just offer him like $28
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/TORX-RACING-4-SUPERCHARER-ADAPTER-SEA-DOO-RXP-X-260-4-TEC-SUPERCHARGED-2012-/271124137270?pt=Personal_Watercraft_Parts&hash=ite m3f20420536&vxp=mtr


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    is this custom? wheres the rest of it? very dangerous to run this IMO but hey.. not my ski and just my .2cents
    Please explain as more than a few people around here run setups like this. Turbo guys as well. The Flextube has an outer helix and ultra smooth bore better than the "other stuff"

    It rests on the tunnel and points at a hull vent. I have had 0 issues in about 7hrs

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    [QUOTE=imp0ster;2309805][QUOTE=greenbullet;2309755]
    Quote Originally Posted by imp0ster View Post
    Like this. This is when I first put it in. I now add a coupler you see in the top pics and actuall trim the screen to look good. You'll need one of these and just offer him like $28
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/TORX-RACING-4-SUPERCHARER-ADAPTER-SEA-DOO-RXP-X-260-4-TEC-SUPERCHARGED-2012-/271124137270?pt=Personal_Watercraft_Parts&hash=ite m3f20420536&vxp=mtr


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    Its angled straight into the bilge .. ?? I'm sorry no harm but so many issues I could see happen when using an intake this way... I've run the kanaflex but either straight up and secured or a solid 4inch aluminum pipe like I do now. I have 2 rear airs made one will jlewis piece on the end and the other with a k&n cone on it for sound to quiet things down a bit. I switch them both out every once and a while but I also run fresh water too

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    It points up at the rear hole and rests betweeen the pump feed and the IC bracket. It won't move and if I have that much water in the hull to rise above the pump tunnel I'm going down anyway

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