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    Question Riva Free Flow Exhaust Kit

    Contemplating adding Riva Free Flow Exhaust Kit to my list of mods.

    Any feedback (good/bad) (+/-) performance gains, etc. with this mod will be appreciated.

    Other mods currently is my 250X: Riva Performance Air Intake Kit, Riva Bypass BOV kit, R&D emission block off, R&D wastegate block off, Riva rideplate, Aquavein intake, R&D pump shoe seal kit, and Jettrim seat cover.


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    Just a H-20 HO....Need I say More! Mykull's Avatar
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    You will like it, gives you some more bottom end pull. But i suggest you get the R-Rated kit,less money and you dont have to cut the pipe and if something happens to your ski you can put OEM stuff together so dealer doesnt know your modding it. rratedperformance.com, 732-606-1163 ask for Rudy.

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    I have the Riva,i wish i had the R-rated one...

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    I'm currently running the riva free flow. Sounds good. And top quality parts.

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    Go R-Rated

    I have the Riva exhaust and love it sounds great and it made my ski a bit liter due to the fact that you are removing one of the muffler's and I deff noticed better performance...

    But I also say the R-Rated one is the way to go

    No cutting, it costs less, you'll will get the same performance gain, and easy to convert back to stock if needed

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    i don't regret cutting my exhaust I love it.it was worth the money!

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    Go with the R-rated exhaust. It's less than half the price of the Riva and easy to install. No cutting of an exhaust piece that has no part number. If you want to go back to stock, you can't get the rear exhaust pipe that you cut when installing a Riva exhaust.
    I looked at the Riva pipe before I went with the R-Rated. You may also want to look at getting one of R-Rated's modified primary water boxes. I installed one when I did the exhaust.
    Last edited by Beagleman62; 10-31-2007 at 08:03 PM.

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    Riva Free Flow Exhaust

    Thanks guys for your constructive feedback. You all have offered good points to consider. I am leaning toward R Rated.

    Thanks again!

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    How much louder does it get with the r rated or riva?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue 182 View Post
    How much louder does it get with the r rated or riva?
    Blue,
    It will make it louder but nothing like some of the straight through exhaust pipes. It gave mine a much deeper tone but I also installed one of R-Rated's moded primary water boxes. I didn't give me much on top end but it did show a noticeable gain in midrange power.

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