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    How air intake and intercooler homemade!?

    Hi Guys, i would like to do homemade comething and i need some info.
    I would like to do:
    -rear air intake;
    -metal clutch
    -intercooler;
    How is it possible?
    I nedd of sizes,materials,any drawings,project and images....whatever is possible...
    Help me TNX!!!


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    TNX GUYS

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    Quote Originally Posted by danieletrono View Post
    Hi Guys, i would like to do homemade comething and i need some info.
    I would like to do:
    -rear air intake;
    -metal clutch
    -intercooler;
    How is it possible?
    I nedd of sizes,materials,any drawings,project and images....whatever is possible...
    Help me TNX!!!
    How much money you got....in US dollars

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    You can do the rear intake and intercooler yourself. Look up rear intake on here, there are a few threads explaining a few differint ways that people have done this. Also lookup xs intercooler on here there are plenty of people that have installed this on there skis, you can buy pretty much all of the stuff you goin to need on ebay. Just search for charge cooler, there was one one there last night going for £107 plus postage. Not sure how much this would be to italy. All you need then is some silicon couplers and maby some alloy pipes to get it all plumbed in. You will have to get a intercooler block off from the online store tho as you cant rele buy these anywhere other than a 4tec supplyer. I would not get into making your own metal washers either they are made to a high specification and high tollorences. If these are not right then you will lose alot of performance as you s/c wont work properly. You need to be suer how things are workin in your ski before you go ahead tho, you could cause alot of damage if you are not carefull. It would be a good idea to have a good look under the seat at how all of the water lines are running. Try to be sure in your head exactly what you are trying to achieve. Most of the people on here im sure have made mistakes and had to learn from them that is why a forum like this is so good as it can help you not to make the same mistakes that others have already. My best advise is to read alot on here most of what you will read is good honest advice, you will learn alot. R8

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    It is non a problem of money...i would like to create something...
    Somebody could give me some links? TNX

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    Quote Originally Posted by danieletrono View Post
    It is non a problem of money...i would like to create something...
    Somebody could give me some links? TNX
    That's what I wanna hear! Welcome to Green Hulk, home of the word 'SPEED". sit yourself down for a few moments and think of what you really want, to a point that you will be happy with it and be satisfied. Be advised, once you cross that Green line.....your life will never be the same. It's 2:am in Santa Barbara, most of the forum members are either getting up or sleeping in the USA. be patient.....trust me they will direct you to the right direction. Good luck Bro! and Welcome.

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    There are too many links to list. Just go to the search button and search for what you want to do. There will be some1 that has done it already or at least tryed.

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    Try this link it has all the info.

    http://greenhulk.net/forums/search.php

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    I did some searching and this guy started basically the same thread a month ago. He wants more speed for no money spent. Don't we all. Everyone helped him then posted links, told him what parts are the best and what not. He posted this little comment

    Quote Originally Posted by danieletrono View Post
    I must to say you that my ecu is particular because my rpm are 8800....(so i don't need a new ecu for only the increasing rpm as first thing no?
    TNX

    So he got the special edition 8800 rpm ski. When he says what he has done to his ski he says nothing about new ecu or engine mods.

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    the before link is different because there i asked what change to my rxp....now i want understand how to create by myself an air intake as the riva one.
    What is a special rxp???
    This is what my mechanic said......isn't it possible?
    I don't know if he said a mistake.....but i don't hope so

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