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    04 RXP, 15 GTI SE 155, 00 RX, 02 GTX DI ldmoore87's Avatar
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    kibble white exhaust valves??

    Has anyone used kibble white exhaust valves or know someone that has and if so good or bad. Says they are ss but would rather get some input before purchasing. Thanks


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    I've used them in Kawi rebuilds but not Seadoo. looked and fitted pretty good

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    Thanks for the input. I've seen a couple post on some Suzuki atv forums where people said they had some issues with them cupping but said they supposedly got them straightened out but haven't seen anything on them about being used in seadoos good or bad. It's still gonna be a little while before I need them so maybe I'll get some feedback before then.

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    Inconel is the new stainless.

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    I just looked on their site, and they are $90+ per valve? the ones Jerry sells in his store are stainless steel intake, and Inconel exhaust and comes with a single locking keeper which is needed on a high reving engine.

    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...oducts_id=2114

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    Stainless exhaust in a boosted marine environment? Wouldn't those get totally destroyed?

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    Kibble-White was always what we used to use in any performance ATV rebuilds. They offered stock replacements and a couple performance variations.

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    I can get the KW exhaust valves for $39 a peice. I don't think Good stainless valves would have a problem with boost and definitely not in a marine environment I'm just not sure of the quality. But when you go to the single lock it doesn't change the spring height or anything. It's just a drop in replacement. Thanks for all the info everyone. This motor is going in my black rx that's in my avatar BTW. Should be fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ldmoore87 View Post
    I can get the KW exhaust valves for $39 a peice. I don't think Good stainless valves would have a problem with boost and definitely not in a marine environment I'm just not sure of the quality. But when you go to the single lock it doesn't change the spring height or anything. It's just a drop in replacement. Thanks for all the info everyone. This motor is going in my black rx that's in my avatar BTW. Should be fun.
    Can you clarify what you mean by "I'm just not sure of the quality" ?

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    04 RXP, 15 GTI SE 155, 00 RX, 02 GTX DI ldmoore87's Avatar
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    Not sure if the KW valves are any good or not and haven't heard as far as being used in a seadoo

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