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    2016 FZ SVHO runs 85+ with Riva Stage 2 parts

    This thread will show the build up my my new 2016 FSZ SVHO from stock, to tuned, to Riva Stage 1 and then Stage 2. All results are documented in this thread.

    The ski ran a best sustained top speed of 69 mph due to the speed limiter.

    I then reflashed the ECU with the MaptunerX and used the "bone stock" tune and the ski ran an astonishing 77+ mph

    I then installed the Stage 1 parts on the ski and upload the Riva/V-Tech Stage 1 tune with my MaptunerX unit and am extremely pleased with the results. 80.4 mph came very easy at only 8220 RPM. I depitched the Solas 13/20 that comes with the kit to a 13/18 being I ride in a very hot climate. The acceleration is brutal!!!
    Air temps for this test were 89 degrees F and fuel was 3/4 tank.
    I'm a 245 pound rider

    As you can see in the GPS pic there is only 4.9 hours on this ski.

    This test was with the STOCK ride plate and trim one click up from Neutral. Adding the Jim's Performance modified ride plate would have yielded another 2 mph. I will test that this weekend and share results


    All of these parts and V-Tech MaptunerX system are available in this forums online store at discounted prices. The discount code is greenhulk
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    Here's some pics of the parts I installed. Take note that I also installed the R&D dual friction washer between the pump and impeller. This makes removing the impeller in the future a breeze. I highly recommend this for all skis!

    Have a look at how restrictive the intake manifold flame arrestor is (ribbon)
    Doing the intake manifold upgrade is a must do for any ski.

    and the BIG news.... I then put the Jim's Modified SVHO plate on my ski and gained a solid 2.2 mph.

    82.6 mph with only stage 1 parts and tune and a Jim's plate. Incredible!!





    Stage 2 coming soon
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    Blazing fast for the mods

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeFZR View Post
    Blazing fast for the mods

    I agree Mike! It's amazing the potential that these SVHO skis have. Yamaha sure did a great job with them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by mikeFZR View Post
    Blazing fast for the mods

    I agree Mike! It's amazing the potential that these SVHO skis have. Yamaha sure did a great job with them.
    Ya they sure did... maybe it's time to trade in my '09 FZR for a SVHO. Any idea/ results of the Maptuner on a SHO platform?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeFZR View Post
    Ya they sure did... maybe it's time to trade in my '09 FZR for a SVHO. Any idea/ results of the Maptuner on a SHO platform?
    Mike, that would fully depend on the supporting mods. Below are the available SHO tunes and recommended parts for each stage

    Here are the available maps and recommended modifications for each reflash for the SHO skis

    SHO Stage 1 8100 RPM
    RIVA Power Filter
    RIVA Intake Manifold Upgrade
    RIVA Free Flow Exhaust
    RIVA Intake Grate
    Riva Pump Seal Kit
    Solas 13/22R impeller
    RIVA Ride Plate

    SHO Stage 2 8300 RPM
    Same components as Stage 1 with the addition of the following parts:RIVA B1 Supercharger Upgrade
    Riva Engine Breather Upgrade
    RIVA Gen 2 Power Cooler
    HKS Blow off Valve
    RIVA Engine Cooling Upgrade Kit

    SHO Stage 3 8600 RPM
    Same components of Stage 1 and Stage 2 with the addition of the following parts
    RIVA E1 supercharger upgrade
    RIVA Rising Rate Fuel Pressure Regulator
    RIVA Stainless Steel 160mm Wear Ring
    Skat Trak 13/18 Impeller
    RIVA Valve Spring Retainer Kit

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    Omg

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    Now i have to get a map tuner x soon. F the scom ill sell that bastard on ebay haha.

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    WOW great job. Very impressive numbers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattG178 View Post
    Now i have to get a map tuner x soon. F the scom ill sell that bastard on ebay haha.
    Do you have to remove the SCOM after a tune, or can you keep it in place??

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    Keeping a scom on doesn't do anything after a tune. The speed limiter is removed in the programming

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