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    New Rotax Racing intercooler plumbing now available

    I just added the new shortened Rotax Racing intercooler plumbing to the online store. Its said to deliver increased performance due to the much shorter runners needed to plumb up the IC.

    These will be in stock and ready to ship by the end of the week.
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    is that for RXT/GTX only or will it fit RXP too?

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    wow 230 for 2 tubes.
    I'd like to see that mounted. I like the IC to TB tube.
    It looks to be black rubber which has a threshold of 250F. Guess I'm overkilling my plumbing with 3ply silicone (400F)

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    Jerry did you read my other post??? Thank you! I was very interested in this. I wanted to see if it brought the Boost up a little being closer to the TB.

    Any pictures of it mounted? I would love to see them.

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    thats the only picture that i have.

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    Jerry I found this!

    http://www.greenhulk.net/4tec/attach...3&d=1149587019

    But I really can't see how it attaches. Funny how one of the fastest skis in the world runs the RRIC!!! I really need to test this plumbing kit. I know Brian tested them, but I think with the other plumbing kit.


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    Nothing funny about it. Its a "Rotax Racing" ski. Why would they run the competitions intercooler?

    Yes, Brian tested with the conventional plumbing kit. These kits will be available for shipping by Friday.

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    Jerry didn't mean anything, but it is still a badass IC. That is all I was getting at.

    Can you please see if mark can get a pic of how it is installed. I think my 4inch might be in the way.

    $230 is not bad since it has the mounting hardware, so the IC doesn't bounce around.

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    Yes, the RR IC is a great intercooler. I think Brian tested that it ouputs cooler air than the other IC, but its more restrictive. Hopefully this new plumbing kit will help open it up.

    Mark doesn't have any other pics of it installed. They are due in on the big shipment Thursday/Friday.

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