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    Free Flow Or Not ??

    just removed the battery & battery tray on my GP1300R because I needed to check the bilge pump out. While I was looking in the rear end of the ski I noticed what I believe to be a Riva Free Flow Pipe (Blue Section) ? I have enclosed a picture shown below & wondered if you guys could tell me if i'm right or is the blue section OEM ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by waynesworld2 View Post
    just removed the battery & battery tray on my GP1300R because I needed to check the bilge pump out. While I was looking in the rear end of the ski I noticed what I believe to be a Riva Free Flow Pipe (Blue Section) ? I have enclosed a picture shown below & wondered if you guys could tell me if i'm right or is the blue section OEM ?
    YES IT IS A RIVA FREEFLOW KEEP IT THERE

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    WOW lightening response, only posted mine seconds ago & got your reply already.
    Thankyou for the info....much appreciated

    Anything else I should do in the rear whilst the battery & tray are removed ? What about those ride-plate inserts shown in the earlier picture. Do they look ok ?
    Thanks again buddy
    Happy days

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    Reinforce the tunnel..

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    I would redo all the brackets and a pump tunnel reenforcment they sell on the onlinestore listed in my sig.

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    And a stronger driveshaft hose/tube! Don't want the stock one rupturing and filling that hull with water

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    Thanks Guys....great to be a part of this wicked forum. Theres so much more info to be had from the US compared to here in the UK.

    Just recently purchased my GP1300R 03 Model, both factory recalls done, D-Plate fitted, Riva Air Filter & Riva Free Flow (as confirmed by Nate lol).
    Have a limited budget for performance upgrades at this point in time but all views & expressions greatly appreciated

    Should I do the holeshot mod ? Is it easy / inexpensive ?

    Happy days !!
    Last edited by waynesworld2; 07-17-2008 at 08:44 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cincygpr View Post
    And a stronger driveshaft hose/tube! Don't want the stock one rupturing and filling that hull with water
    Hi cincygpr....where can I obtain the improved driveshaft hose/tube ?
    Many thanks
    waynesworld2

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    Quote Originally Posted by cincygpr View Post
    Just wondered if the 1.5" Gates hose has internal wire reinforcing ?

    thankyou Sir !!

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