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    Help on XS IC

    Hi Guys,

    not sure if this has already been explained or whatnot, but i searched and could't find any how-to...

    i want to go ahead and put together an external ic and from ssearching around this site i have decided to go with the xs...

    is this the correct ic?? on ebay they all look exactly the same...
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/LIQUI...spagenameZWDVW

    if not which one is it??

    also i know that all assembly has to be done...what parts are needed?? do people have these available in kits or packages??

    any help would be greatly appreciated...

    thanks guys


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    Danny's flex pipes, you can get them with or without a spot for a blow off valve... http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...ght=flex+pipes

    Stock IC blockoff (online store): http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...roducts_id=292

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    thanks for all the help rxpblast...

    blow off valve, would i need it??

    i am just going to be running a stage 1.5 or so...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ivylion13 View Post
    thanks for all the help rxpblast...

    blow off valve, would i need it??

    i am just going to be running a stage 1.5 or so...
    theres a lot of diff opinions on the blowoff valve.....you can do a search about it on the forum.....i don't run one and i know of a lot of other guys don't have them with more stage 2 and 3 skis.

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    bov

    everybody will tell you that you do not need one if you have metal washers. The only thing the bov is good for is helping to keep those puppies good for a bit. They are just a potential boost leak and you don't need one.

    Save the $

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    Quote Originally Posted by rxpwhistler1 View Post
    everybody will tell you that you do not need one if you have metal washers. The only thing the bov is good for is helping to keep those puppies good for a bit. They are just a potential boost leak and you don't need one.

    Save the $
    I ordered a compressor by pass valve (metal one) to run with my set-up!

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    look in seadoo classifieds someone is selling a entire setup fo $350! Well worth it.....

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    bov

    Quote Originally Posted by Muddy River View Post
    I ordered a compressor by pass valve (metal one) to run with my set-up!
    well that's what the "bov" really is for our setups..a bypass valve. If you buy a really good one I suppose you wouldn't have to worry about boost leaks if the piping is good also.

    I just assume not use one as there is really no need for one unless you are running a turbo..

    just my 0.2 cents

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    also, if i am going to run the external ic, with a riva power filter and thru-hull exhaust with a gutted waterbox, would i need to have the 42lb injectors... i see some people have them...

    i will keep the same SC wheel (for now) and no ECU (for now)...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ivylion13 View Post
    also, if i am going to run the external ic, with a riva power filter and thru-hull exhaust with a gutted waterbox, would i need to have the 42lb injectors... i see some people have them...

    i will keep the same SC wheel (for now) and no ECU (for now)...
    You don't need 42lbs injectors until you go to a bigger sc wheel...also, at that time, you might want to use the rude rising rate fuel pressure regulator (RRFPR) and you could keep the stock 38's.

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