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    To install or Not to Install that is the question

    Hey guys i need some help, i have been battleing with my self for a long time decideing wither or not to get the ultra or the rxt x

    after selling my rxp

    I have finaliy decided to get the ultra

    I think i am goin to buy the boat from riva and have the money do do a few little upgrades like the ventalation kit, and the pro air filters and catch can.

    Do you think i should break in the craft first then put the parts on. Or just put all the parts on one time before i even start it and break it in with the parts.


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    Silence! I Keel You! earthshaker's Avatar
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    What you are installing is pretty innocous. You might reconsider the RIVA Performance instead of the Pro.

    Another smart PWC enthusiast turning Green.

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    Break it in first, that way you can see the gains from stock without wondering what the stock speed was.

    I just broke mine in with a speed of 66.7
    Today I am installing the one degree wedge, and later the rd rideplate.

    Its nice to have a baseline as each craft performs different out of the factory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red08Ultra250 View Post
    Break it in first, that way you can see the gains from stock without wondering what the stock speed was.

    I just broke mine in with a speed of 66.7
    Today I am installing the one degree wedge, and later the rd rideplate.

    Its nice to have a baseline as each craft performs different out of the factory.
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    I'd break in in first to establish a baseline speed before you go throwing parts at it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RxP King View Post
    Hey guys i need some help, i have been battleing with my self for a long time decideing wither or not to get the ultra or the rxt x

    after selling my rxp

    I have finaliy decided to get the ultra

    I think i am goin to buy the boat from riva and have the money do do a few little upgrades like the ventalation kit, and the pro air filters and catch can.

    Do you think i should break in the craft first then put the parts on. Or just put all the parts on one time before i even start it and break it in with the parts.
    Where are you from. PM me before you do anything.

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    Thanks guys for your help

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    Skip, what's your recomended break in procedure for the Ultra?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GODOSIDIS View Post
    Skip, what's your recomended break in procedure for the Ultra?

    I broke mine in as if I had just stolen it. Others have followed the manuels recomindation. Both had the same results. Though anyone else I would recomend the 4 hr rule with these things. Just to much money to be playing the dice on.

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