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    Riva GPR Lever Trim System

    Does anyone remember the Riva Trim system for GPR's that replaced the QSTS system with a lever , cable , and spring type mechanism ? I recently saw a picture of one but cannot relocate. I remember the part number was like RY2420. I would love to find one. Does anybody remember if it held trim adjustment well?

    Have folks been having issues with the plastic tube part (twist grip) of the QSTS trim breaking at the portion that retains the cable ends? This recently happened to me hence why I am looking for a solution to a $320 part that could be improved.
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    Thank you.

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    Mark where in Orange are you? I grew up in Orange Windy Hill Road off Wheelers Farm..

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    Was on Garden road right around the corner form you. Class of 1989 Amity. Now in East Haven.

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    Interesting Im class of 1982 Garden road know it well..

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    Its been a while But absolutely LUV this device...

    My single pipe 07 GPR had it all ,porting,reflash,bored out TBs,custom reeds,R&D plate,grate,Solas steeper prop you name it But couldn't keep the bow down on launch no matter how much I leaned over as the instant power would bring the ski right out of the water causing it stutter as I hit the rev limiter ,Until I installed the Riva drop nozzle,by bringing the nozzle down on launch(holeshot)it would keep the ski planted in the water putting more load on the pump and then the lever released bringing the nozzle up and putting you on plane,took a little practice..


    It's advertised for CC racing to dig into the corners around buoys but I never experienced or tried it..

    And remember there's only one setting when engaged , down..

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    [QUOTE=jetdave56;2482235][QUOTE=beerdart;2481651]http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=

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    Wish I could find one.

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    got to look, it works fantastic at keeping my conversion planted during a holeshot

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