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    WaveEater Clips & Couplers Installed...

    There was a big amount of play from when the rear powervalve starts to open compaired to the middle valve, and front valve, . After putting on the new WaveEater couplers, there is no play. All three open at the same time. This should be a improvement...


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    You should see gains,especially when the other 2 valves were not opened all the way.

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    Do You Think This is My 4,000 to 5,000 bogging Problem?

    Quote Originally Posted by WATER WOODY View Post
    You should see gains,especially when the other 2 valves were not opened all the way.
    I am still going to bypass the fuel valve... but do you think the PV coupler play is my bogging problem? I'm thinking about running it on the lake tomorrow moring before doing the fuel valve bypass. I want to know what is causing this.....

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    If you Pv's are out of adjustment,different opening/closing times,you will definatly see a loss.What mods do you have?

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    Was All Stock....

    Quote Originally Posted by WATER WOODY View Post
    If you Pv's are out of adjustment,different opening/closing times,you will definatly see a loss.What mods do you have?
    Was 100% stock, until a few days ago. Removed the cat that was broke off in the pipe. Put a Riva D plate & chip. Then today, I put the WaveEater clips, and couplers in. This is all I done so far....

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    You might want to check for exhaust leaks, that would def cause a loss in rpms.

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    No Exhaust Leaks!!

    Quote Originally Posted by spaceman View Post
    You might want to check for exhaust leaks, that would def cause a loss in rpms.
    No exhaust leaks, or water leaks....

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