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    nipon denso plugs

    I have a stock Rxp ( Just BOV and OPAS block off's) Can I run these Plugs on a stock ski? Do these void warrenty? Also how much are they ??Also does anyone have pics of the power flow exhust pipe installed or the resonator bypass installed? I am not sure which one to install. I still have 3 years on warrenty and dont really want to cut or chop holes in my hull or exhust. Thanks for the help about a month and half till season up here in albany, I cannt wait!


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    You can definately run the plugs on a stock ski. They are great plugs and will out last stock plugs 10/1. They will not void your warranty.

    Here is a pic of the free flow installed


    Here is a pic of the power flow pipe installed


    I recommend the power flow over the free flow. The power flow completely removes the stock exhaust hose which can deform over time reducing efficiency and can leak.


    Either are available here:
    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...dex&cPath=18_3

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    Does the power flow require a prop swap? What gains are expected?
    Seems that it would be loud but not as much as a free flow.

    Thanks,

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    You are right, it's not as loud as the free flow.

    You should be fine with your current prop. What are your RPM's now?
    Honestly, you probably won't notice that much of a gain. Maybe 100-150 RPM's more on top which does equate to 1 mph in some cases.

    It sounds great!

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    LOL...Im picking both the RXT & Wake this Sunday. But thanks for info. After break end I plan to probably start with the PPG wedge, Riva Intake, OPAS block off, & Power Flow. Haven't even but her in the water & Im getting the MOD Fever!

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    LOL! Mod fever is addicting

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    MR. Green Hulk is the most adicted person I've ever seen. Mod FE-E-V-ER

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    I am going to get the power flow, and the plugs just need to find the plugs, jerry do you sell them on the site??

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    I don't think Jerry has the Denso plugs in his store yet. You can get them from PPG or check out this link.

    http://www.apwonline.com/shop/item.a...id=154&catid=9

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