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    riva exhaust

    just installed riva exhaust . its diffently louder more low pitch and on the stock meter i went from 105 to 110 as a top speed ,which is not the most accurate (i know) ,but instant response is very nice. i raced ultra250 kaw from a dig and beat him by about 2 jet skies from start to finish, so far very happy with install cant wait to get the riva intake.next


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    Nice work. To bad you didn't get gps numbers.

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    gps

    thats next after intake

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    Onebad, how long did it take u to do the install?

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    i can't answer for him on how long it took him . . but it took me a matter of minutes (maybe 1 hour) including set up and putting everything away(oh yea and testing it on the flusher) . . Very Very easy and str8 foward on the directions !!! just follow them . . and it's like pouring milk into a bowl of cereal. . they will even intstruct you to get a spoon to eat it with !!!

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    I like the milk and cereal referance. very funny

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    install

    well i had a little harder time im not small and u have too reach wayyyyyyy
    in the back to put the pipe into another pipe . if u dont use some kinda grease
    it will never go in . i used valseline and it worked great runs alot better and has alot deeper tone to sound.

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    I must mention this is a 2 person Job. . and im not to small my self . . and i benefited from that (because i could reach way back there) . .

    What i did for the rear part though was pretty much figure out how im going to mount it (angle) and then i put the new pipeing into the peice and then mounted it . . . (finally clamping on the hose clamps once everything was in place)

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    you only need 1 person, but use window cleaner for lub it works great

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