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    ET low boost wheel testing tomorrow.

    Just installed a riva regulator and ET low boost wheel yesterday and hopefully tomorrow I will get out on the water for testing and tuning. Also installed a boost gauge and Wideband A/F gauge
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    My goal is 80mph with a full tank of fuel and no Kanaflex hooked up like I did before. Then I will hook the Kanaflex back up to get outside air and go for big mph.


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    Good luck. How do you plan on monitoring your gauges while riding if they are in the glove box?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slamdcoop0428 View Post
    Just installed a riva regulator and ET low boost wheel yesterday and hopefully tomorrow I will get out on the water for testing and tuning. Also installed a boost gauge and Wideband A/F gauge
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    My goal is 80mph with a full tank of fuel and no Kanaflex hooked up like I did before. Then I will hook the Kanaflex back up to get outside air and go for big mph.
    Where did you get that plate to hold the gauges.. I like that idea. Hate having gauges outside.

    When I had my gauges in the glovebox on my FZ, I cut a 2" hole and put frogzskin to be able to see the gauges when closed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CCW View Post
    Good luck. How do you plan on monitoring your gauges while riding if they are in the glove box?
    Well I'm not going to be tucked down going for mph while tuning. I can sit kinda normal on smooth water and just hold it open and monitor what it's doing. I didn't want gauges mounted all over the ski outside and it also keeps a lot of if not all water off the gauges.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jmfmk3 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Slamdcoop0428 View Post
    Just installed a riva regulator and ET low boost wheel yesterday and hopefully tomorrow I will get out on the water for testing and tuning. Also installed a boost gauge and Wideband A/F gauge
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    My goal is 80mph with a full tank of fuel and no Kanaflex hooked up like I did before. Then I will hook the Kanaflex back up to get outside air and go for big mph.
    Where did you get that plate to hold the gauges.. I like that idea. Hate having gauges outside.

    When I had my gauges in the glovebox on my FZ, I cut a 2" hole and put frogzskin to be able to see the gauges when closed.
    I actually found it at pep boys, it's an Auto-meter dual gauge pod, Worked out real nice. I'll have to get a more recent picture. I cut the foam in half so I was able to still have a cup holder and and place to hold my keys and phone. Came out pretty clean.

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    Good luck, my low boost pulled a lot harder down low than stock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Willfzs View Post
    Good luck, my low boost pulled a lot harder down low than stock.
    Thats good to know!

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    good luck bro......it was a good combo for me

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    You'll be over 80 with the LB no problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by 64physhy View Post
    You'll be over 80 with the LB no problem
    Haha I'd hope so. My best to date on the stock wheel was 80.7 and a handful of 80.1 and 80.3's but definitely not consistent and basically at 1/4 tank of fuel.

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