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    Thumbs up Amazing clutch mod

    Well I`ve got just over ten hours of all hard ace rough water riding and the RE Pro SC bracket is still holding up. No slipping of the clutch yet. If I was running ceramics still I`d need a thrid set by now. And thats no lie. The bracket and extra oil orifice actually works. I wouldn`t have believed it if I wasn`t running it. Turns out it was a damn good purchase and worth the machine work to get `er done. I highly advise this mod for rough water and big wave ski`s.


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    Talking

    I even rode rough water yesterday and still ran the Riva rear intake. No problems at all. Just not trying anymore backflips with that intake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HOSS View Post
    Just not trying anymore backflips with that intake.

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    Intersting enough, I would pop the Hi Temp alarm when wide open in the canal (flat water) when WOT for about 30 secs. It would go off after I`d idle for a bit. Any ideas. Coolant is fine. Could I just be getting alot of turbulence under the ride plate at speed?

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    was it exhaust or engine alarm??

    do we even have an exhaust alarm?

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    I`m now running 42`s. if it were exhaust I`d of melted the plastic exhaust tube.

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    Hoss, are you using ceramic washers in the S/C? and if so, how come?

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    I'm kind of a big deal SeanCucf's Avatar
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    no IC, no thermostat. coolant not "exchanging" enough heat while pumping through the system?

    just throwing it out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RXP Steve View Post
    Hoss, are you using ceramic washers in the S/C? and if so, how come?
    hell no, but if I was then within 10 hours of riding in very rough conditions I would now need a 3rd set.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeanCucf View Post
    no IC, no thermostat. coolant not "exchanging" enough heat while pumping through the system?

    just throwing it out there.
    nah, its happenning only wide open, rode all day,,its been since the flip over.

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