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    Riva Rear Air on stock exhaust pics

    I remember someone wanting to see the pics of the Riva Rear Air installed on stock exhaust. Well... here is mine, it is tight as bark on a tree but it went in fairly well. I am only afraid it may be a bit close to the exhaust, so hopefully it will hold up.


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    Bryan, it will hold up just fine.

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    Sorry forgot to attach pics...
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    Quote Originally Posted by badams7 View Post
    I remember someone wanting to see the pics of the Riva Rear Air installed on stock exhaust. Well... here is mine, it is tight as bark on a tree but it went in fairly well. I am only afraid it may be a bit close to the exhaust, so hopefully it will hold up.
    Have you gps'ed you ski with these mods yet?

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    Damn, I need to get a catch can.

    Looks good!

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    be careful with that waterbox exit hose... is already clamped and assembled? doesn't look like that hose and clamp have very much surface area biting on the waterbox outlet next to that air intake...

    looks good tho, sure is tight as a crab's asss, but it works, nice job

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    Yeah, it's assembled. Maybe I should push it down a little farther. It feels like it has over an inch to bite on.. Is it supposed to go all the way down to the waterbox??
    Last edited by badams7; 04-17-2007 at 10:27 PM.

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    I just got dome doing mine this past weekend and it is tight. With all I did though the gains were good, or so I think. Have fun with it.

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    Did the hose you have coming out of your waterbox (next to air intake going into supercharger) go all the way down to the waterbox. I'm wondering if I need to push mine down further????

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    I don't know off hand. I'm at work and would have to look later and let you know.

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