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    RIVA GP1300R RACE Flame Arrestors

    What gains (if any) do you get from the Riva Race Flame Arrestors? What are the pros and cons?

    http://www.rivayamaha.com/RivaStore/...ME%20ARRESTORS


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    better acceleration and top end mph gains from 1-1.5 mph

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    Quote Originally Posted by o uncola o View Post
    What gains (if any) do you get from the Riva Race Flame Arrestors? What are the pros and cons?

    http://www.rivayamaha.com/RivaStore/...ME%20ARRESTORS


    did a lil research and it looks like the flame arrestors provide more air. t

    my .02 based on what I read. Will try to get more info hope this helps.. Im sure many people on this board will chime in once they get the chance.

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    you should rejet after you put those on

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.sig View Post
    did a lil research and it looks like the flame arrestors provide air to the carbs. Aftermarket arrestors are single and need adapters but claim to insure each cylinder get the most amount of air possible seeing as to how each carb can "suck" individually and not have to share the air box.. If you ride in big water how ever you might want to check the water intake on your hull because aftermarket arrestors are more susseptable to taking in water..

    my .02 based on what I read. Will try to get more info hope this helps.. Im sure many people on this board will chime in once they get the chance.
    Quote Originally Posted by YamahaPat View Post
    you should rejet after you put those on

    The 1300 is an EFI ski no carbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YamahaPat View Post
    you should rejet after you put those on
    woops, thinkin it was a 1200

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    Quote Originally Posted by OsideBill View Post
    The 1300 is an EFI ski no carbs.
    edited thanks for the correction.

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    Do you need an EFI if you throw these on? Without an EFI controller would there be any gains?

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    Quote Originally Posted by o uncola o View Post
    Do you need an EFI if you throw these on? Without an EFI controller would there be any gains?
    If you are doing this mod only you don't need an EFI controller and you'd probably see a gain of approximately 1-1.5 mph there are a lot of variables between each ski.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yami_rida#26 View Post
    If you are doing this mod only you don't need an EFI controller and you'd probably see a gain of approximately 1-1.5 mph there are a lot of variables between each ski.
    What are the downsides?

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