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    Question Air intake upgrade ? need help deciding :)

    HI,
    i have an seadoo rxp 215 2007 mod.
    i have almsot all of the upgrade of Riva stage 1, the only thing i`am missing is the air intake upgrade.
    so i was wondering if you guys could help me decide, from your opinion what is the best air intake kit
    from getting the best improvement on the speed and RPM?

    sitting here and wondering about buying my self an air intake upgrade.
    but cant decide between 2 Kit`s

    4" Kanalflex air intake kit, http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...oducts_id=1160

    or the,

    Riva Power Filter Kit For http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...roducts_id=297

    Best regards Stein Aa.


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    Kanaflex IMO

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    What he said ^^^^^^^Riva = 3" id...Kanaflex = 4" id... easy decision

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    Kanoflex i have personally ran both and the kanoflex gained me around 200rpms alone on a 2004 rxp,and never bought anything other since.
    Prob one of the best mods per buck you can do on them.

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    Build ur self a rear pod , more gains than a kana flex front system ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnW View Post
    What he said ^^^^^^^Riva = 3" id...Kanaflex = 4" id... easy decision
    Did you do testing on 3", 3.5" and 4" ballancing out acceleration and max power when you came to that conclusion?

    Do you have that data logs to back that conclusion up?

    I was rather supprised at what I found when I built my 3.5" setup.

    Andy

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    I have no experience of rear air as i ride 95% in the sea and be to risky for what i ride in but out the two choices hands down kanoflex.

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    Andy...no I don't have any data to back up my insertion into this thread. But I'm also going to assume that you have done any testing on his 07 RXP either. And I'm quite sure his question was either a Riva CAI or the 4" kanaflex. So I'll stick with what I said and go 4"

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    Rear air pod I picked up 1 pound gain over front set up ... Tested back to back on the same day

    I ride 95 % in ocean and never an issue ...

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    I have a riva 3" powerfilter kit on my 2011 rxp-x with stage 1 and added free flow exhaust kit ,riva block-off kit to remove the filter element and works great depends on the upgrades to your vessel.

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