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    Riva RRFPR location??? HELP PLEASE

    Hey Guys,

    Just installing my new Riva RRFPR on my 14 RXPX260 and just wondering where you guys are mounting them do you can still read the dial easily???
    Ive got the 4inch Riva induction kit installed as well along with loads of other bits.

    Just wondering if anyone has pics of theirs mounted and see where is best???

    Thanks for any help or advice given

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    Also my kit didn't come with the billet return line fitting you drill and tap into the top of the fuel pump???
    Will any little fitting 1/4inch work or is there something special about the one that comes with the riva kit????

    Again any help would be spot on =)

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    This is where most of us install them.
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    Yup that's where I put mines also , yes it's upside down but you get to read it with no seat on the ski

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    Here's a couple pictures of my installation... Hope it help ...


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    Quick tip. Stick the Allen wrench you plan on using to adjust it while on the water into the rrfpr. Make sure it clears everything so u can adjust it easily. Mine hits a cover on the engine, not a big deal, but just figured i would help u out.

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    Cheers guys for your help and I've also found the right return fitting too =)
    installing this sat when I get some spare time, starting at 65psi and go from there

    Cheers again all
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