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    lost 400 rpms , could it be weather and humidity ???

    Last sunday was out and I ride in ocean water, in calm usually I see 8000 rpms and max once 8100 rpm

    Last sunday was out and was turning 7600 rpm and weather was approx 95 Deg and 85% humid which is really sticky and cant even breath

    Could that caused my drop in rpms ??? or can it be something else, oil level is half way so its not oil

    Can you give me some suggestions


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    That could easily be the culprit.

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    Can it help when I install the Riva Power Filter as my ski is bone stock , any other suggestions ?

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    That weather is the problem . Especially that type humidity . Try in different weather and you will be fine

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    thats what i think too , i have a VW Gti 1.8T with a stage 3 in also runs like crap at the moment

    was thinking of my clutch going bad but seems that its a weather probem

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