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    RxpX Mods

    1- what is the best prop for rxpx with 4 air intake, r&d intake grate.
    2- do i need to install a nozzle? Which one? Benefits?
    3- i need to install a 4 air intake in a rxpx but there la no space,some help? Some photos?
    4- what is a cheaper relication ic?
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    Quote Originally Posted by danieletrono View Post
    1- what is the best prop for rxpx with 4 air intake, r&d intake grate.
    2- do i need to install a nozzle? Which one? Benefits?
    3- i need to install a 4 air intake in a rxpx but there la no space,some help? Some photos?
    4- what is a cheaper relication ic?
    Thanks

    1. If those are the only 2 mods you are doing for now, you can repitch the OEM prop for now. Otherise the 15/22 is the next step up...
    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...roducts_id=734

    2. No need for a nozzle now, but you can upgrade to that later...

    3. Here is a link to the 4" kanaflex setup we install on my father's RXT-X. There is plenty of room, just have to work it in...
    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=68048

    4. There is no cheaper relocation kit, its the only kit available...

    ALSO, I would recommend the Manifold Upgrade Kit. THis will give you better response and about +1psi extra...
    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...roducts_id=889



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    why don't use to relocate ic a stronger kanaflex?
    What is the meaning of a nozzle?
    What are the risks if i don't put a catch oil in the air intake?

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    Quote Originally Posted by danieletrono View Post
    why don't use to relocate ic a stronger kanaflex?
    What is the meaning of a nozzle?
    What are the risks if i don't put a catch oil in the air intake?


    why don't use to relocate ic a stronger kanaflex? Rubber hoses will FLEX, and flex wastes energy. Solid pipes, like aluminum or steel, help keep boost the same...

    What is the meaning of a nozzle? If your ski is need just a few rpm +/-, then you can change the nozzle (80,81,82,83mm) to dial in the right RPM.....Example, motor rpm's at WOT is 7900 @ 81mm ring, swap for 82mm ring to get rpm's to 8000.

    What are the risks if i don't put a catch oil in the air intake? You will need to vent the tube somewhere, its best if you put a catch can on. IF you run in salt water, then you will need to return the line into the intake, so that the oil vapers coat the SC/IC and prevent corrosion.

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    sorry but where to put the mainfold?? Where it could be ??
    I don't understand it!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by danieletrono View Post
    sorry but where to put the mainfold?? Where it could be ??
    I don't understand it!!
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    Inside your Intake Manifold is a Flame Arrestor, which is RESTRICTIVE. Removing this part will allow for better airflow and more power!

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    Thank you very much but which are the risks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by danieletrono View Post
    Thank you very much but which are the risks?


    No risks involved, just performance gain

    Per the instructions, you will have to remove the whole manifold to properly perform this modification.

    I have done this to my father's RXT-X, but did not use the kit. I removed it carefully with pliers. Took about an hour, but I got it all out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny View Post
    No risks involved, just performance gain

    Per the instructions, you will have to remove the whole manifold to properly perform this modification.

    I have done this to my father's RXT-X, but did not use the kit. I removed it carefully with pliers. Took about an hour, but I got it all out.
    How did you get it out? Remove the throttle body?

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