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    Delivery times of RIVA SHO components

    Power Filters should become available on 6/15 (2 weeks)

    Grates on 7/10 (5-6 weeks)

    Ride plates 90+ days


    If you guys think you are going to want any of these items please pre order in the online store now. This will ensure you get your name on the parts for the first batch. I will not bill you until your item ships.

    Don't forget the greenhulk coupon code saves you 10% off

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    Isn't the SHO the same Hull as the HO, if so then y not just buy the rideplate and intake grate for the HO, or did yamaha change things??

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    Just looked on riva and the intake grate numbers are diff but the rideplate numbers are the same.
    Last edited by gpr_redneck; 05-30-2008 at 05:39 PM.

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    Let Jim get a hold of a SHO and a HO plate and let him do his magic! These skis are looking great guys. I am glad people are modding them. Keep up the good work!!!

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    Jerry do you know when the full riva stage 1 for the sho will be released?

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    I don't know yet.

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    Jerry, why dont you scoop up a riva plate and see what you gain? I've seen on here that a few washers in the front make it as fast as a plate modded by Jim

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    As soon as they become available i'll be trying one on my ski.

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    I meant a HO plate, since someone above mentioned that its the same part number. But I guess that they might be tweaking it for more speed for the SHO

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    Quote Originally Posted by gpr_redneck View Post
    Isn't the SHO the same Hull as the HO, if so then y not just buy the rideplate and intake grate for the HO, or did yamaha change things??

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    Just looked on riva and the intake grate numbers are diff but the rideplate numbers are the same.

    The SHO ride plates are different than the HO ride plates.

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    I was looking at the ride plate on a crated SHO. The center of the plate is milled out like jims plates. I guess yamaha watches this forum too.

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