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    RIVA Pro-Series Power Filter Kit for RXP-X !!

    In riva web site the made Pro-Series Power Filter Kit for RXP-X!!

    it is possible without relocation the stoke intercooler?

    and it is same as the RXP kit?

    http://www.rivayamaha.com/RivaStore/...20Filter%20Kit


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    Quote Originally Posted by mohd22 View Post
    In riva web site the made Pro-Series Power Filter Kit for RXP-X!!

    it is possible without relocation the stoke intercooler?

    and it is same as the RXP kit?

    http://www.rivayamaha.com/RivaStore/product_page.asp?Category=RIVA%20RXP%20Pro-Series%20Power%20Filter%20Kit
    Not possible without relocation of the IC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by X-Man View Post
    Not possible without relocation of the IC.
    Well there is a guy on here that has put one of these things on an RXP-X with some minor mods......I think this is his thread...

    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthre...&highlight=BOV

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    I saw the Stage I RXP-X on Riva's show room yesterday with the rear air kit + stage I kit..Very nice looking!!

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    Yes,

    I have the rear air on my RXP-X. I basically did the same thing that [email protected] did in the above thread. No relocation kit needed. It took a little bit of modding with a heat gun and both intercooler tubes had to be cut and small sections of pipe added. I used a stock 04 RXP old exhaust hose for the muffler to the side exhaust untill I go with a rear exhaust setup and muffler when they become available. I removed the resonator and the 04 hose fit fine and with 20 hours so far with no problems.
    Last edited by Enufpwr; 06-24-2008 at 03:36 PM.

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    This is how it fits with the rear cover installed. It's a tight fit, but there is room with the intercooler located in the stock location. I'll take more pics later if you want me to remove the cover and show how I routed things.
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    I knew there were a few doing this....

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    its actually quite simple, i wouldnt waste the money on a relocation kit. no real parts cost for doing it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enufpwr View Post
    This is how it fits with the rear cover installed. It's a tight fit, but there is room with the intercooler located in the stock location. I'll take more pics later if you want me to remove the cover and show how I routed things.
    I'd be interested to see more pics if you get some time. I'm making decisions right now, and want to spend $$$.

    Questions:

    1.) Performance gain or just throttle response?

    2.) Does this mean that the air inside the engine compartment just remains stagnet now?

    -=Mike G.
    Last edited by Mikey G.; 06-25-2008 at 09:41 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikey G. View Post
    I'd be interested to see more pics if you get some time. I'm making decisions right now, and want to spend $$$.

    Questions:

    1.) Performance gain or just throttle response?

    2.) Does this mean that the air inside the engine compartment just remains stagnet now?

    -=Mike G.

    No problem... I took a few more quick pictures of the setup.

    1) Performance gain for sure... 200rpm increase from stock 7800 rpm to 8020 once I installed the rear air setup.

    2) No... I removed the hoses in the front compartment and the air travels out the hull via the two flowrites that came with the kit. (see 1st picture)
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