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    Bosch 42lb install question

    Quick easy question; do I need to (somehow) install the extended pintle from the OEM's onto the Bosch's?

    I'm assuming no, since the Riva instructions don't mention it, and neither does anywhere online from searching.



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    No, you can run them just like that without the extension.

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    No, you can't change them. Just put the 42s in as they are.

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    TY sirs, just wanted to make sure!

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    You will love that little wheel and set up!! You need an EXT IC!!!! Then she really lights up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RXPJAY View Post
    You will love that little wheel and set up!! You need an EXT IC!!!! Then she really lights up!

    It was your recommendation on that wheel that finally decided it for me . I hate rebuilding something without upgrading it, just doesn't make sense to me.
    Ext IC = next season. Already dumped too much in this season

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    Quote Originally Posted by twokexlv6coupe View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by RXPJAY View Post
    You will love that little wheel and set up!! You need an EXT IC!!!! Then she really lights up!

    It was your recommendation on that wheel that finally decided it for me . I hate rebuilding something without upgrading it, just doesn't make sense to me.
    Ext IC = next season. Already dumped too much in this season
    Lol! Get use to that feeling of dumping money! I'll be keeping that wheel for at least another season. Going to through everything at it and see what I can get on the stock ecu. Next season, will see!

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    I don't feel like making another thread for this stupid question, so I'll ask it here;

    Where does this one (vacuum?) hose go? It goes to a pisser/breather on the starboard side (not the fuel tank vent tho), but since I can't tell if it's a vacuum or water hose, IDK where to start looking in the manual


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    Battery vent?


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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    Battery vent?

    Ding ding ding, I knew it was gonna be something stupidly obvious like that, but since the nipple was pointed downwards, wasn't easily visible. TY!

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