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    Riva free flow vs thru hull

    IS there really a benfit in the thru hull over the free flow?? I cant see there being much of a performance benifit, to justify the extra work and cost??


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    thats kind of what I thought

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    The "free flow" is said to have a drone noise in the lower RPM's that a lot of guys hate.... There is the benefit of the rear exhaust sounds "healthy" over the stock normal ski sounds....but it's up to you if you justify the cost/work to install it over the "Free Flow".

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    a little drone is no big deal since most of the time your mid to upper rpms anyways.

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