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    pilo704's Avatar
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    dirty jerzz

    gp12 carb plate..

    i just got my riva flame arrestors and adapters i was just wondering how every one instaled theirs? did you guys use the carb plate with the greese fittings between like the oem set up or re-route them also did anyone use any type of gaskets?? thanks mike..

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    Moderator OsideBill's Avatar
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    Mar 2006
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    I tossed the plate on mine, I had already gone premix so I did not need the bracket up front for the grease fitting and I just zip tied the rear grease fitting to a hose. No gaskets needed just make sure the surfaces are clean and flat. use a little blue loctite on the adapter screws.

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    I cut the grease fitting area free of the plate and reuse that small portion to reattach the grease fittings and use the rest for a bilge pump mount or whatever
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    Orange, TX
    I did what ZMANN did, left enough of the bracket for the zirk fittings.

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