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    Rudy Jr. RudyJ's Avatar
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    Riva or R&D Pump Wedge?

    What is the difference between the Riva and the R&D pump wedge.Which one is best for an RXP?


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    The Riva is 2 degrees, the R&D is 2.5 degrees. Which is best (or to use one at all) will start the "great wedge debate"

    IMO, the 2.5 is best on an RXT/GTX, and either one for an RXP.

    OK... let the debate begin

    Jeff

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    For an RXP? The Riva wedge. Don't forget the longer VTS rod

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    I agree the 2.5 degree R&D works great on my RXT/GTX

    I would stick to the Riva 2 degree with a RXP, I didn't like the R&D on my RXP

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    Dry ride for the winter and it will let you throw a good jet spray enuff to wet who ever is behand you if done right.

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