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    r&d products test for spark

    r&d released new products for the spark models and it was tested by jetskiworld.

    here's the test
    http://www.jetskiworld.gr/articlevie...ng.php?id=8888

    here are the kits available don't know when they will sell the products seperate.

    performer kit http://www.rd-performance.com/perfor.../performer.asp

    stage 1 http://www.rd-performance.com/perfor...ark/stage1.asp

    stage 2 http://www.rd-performance.com/perfor...ark/stage2.asp

    stage 3 http://www.rd-performance.com/perfor...ark/stage3.asp


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    We'll I guess I'm a lucky dog, that's 5 minutes from where I live!!!

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    57-58 mph with stock prop .... Hmmmmmm

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    The most important part is the intake grate. its the key to speed!
    Just sad that its like 3 months away..

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    Surely I'm not the only one who saw the pic of that air intake modification... and immediately thought "why didn't I think of that!?". Put my turtle in a half shell just the other day...and I remember looking at that airbox, wondering how to remount the ecu and all the bits when the plastic box is removed. I like that approach.... simple, yet functional.
    I'm wondering, however, is there a risk-vs-reward factor of bypassing the stock airbox.? I would imagine that it's internal pathways must seperate any splash of water that might find its way in the intake opening...Has anyone inspected the inside of one to verify that.?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ceo420 View Post
    Surely I'm not the only one who saw the pic of that air intake modification... and immediately thought "why didn't I think of that!?". Put my turtle in a half shell just the other day...and I remember looking at that airbox, wondering how to remount the ecu and all the bits when the plastic box is removed. I like that approach.... simple, yet functional.
    I'm wondering, however, is there a risk-vs-reward factor of bypassing the stock airbox.? I would imagine that it's internal pathways must seperate any splash of water that might find its way in the intake opening...Has anyone inspected the inside of one to verify that.?

    They are all designed to reduce ingestion of water and drain bellow...

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    Will those trim tabs mount properly with the re-boarding step in place???

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