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    Riva Rear Intake for the Rude2?

    "Precision formed ducting attaches to supercharger via a large 4" adapter. "

    So I assume itīs a 4" intake the whole way..?

    As I have read that a 4" is almost a must when running this S/C..
    I think that intake would suit perfect as I will run it in my gprxp with a Riva carbon seat with rear intakes..
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    Yes, this is a 4" all the way

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    The 4" tube adapts to the supercharger using a sleeve (included in the kit) that brings the size down to connect it to the 2 7/8" s/c inlet. You might have to do some modifying and molding to make it fit your GPR hull as Bruce alluded to. Since most of the parts in the kit wouldn't be much use on a GPR, I would try to find something used if I were you. All you need is the s/c adapter and the intake tube. The flow-rite vents and the pre-filter wouldn't be of much use IMO. You can make your own rectifier mount and catch can. Good luck!

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    Can this be used in the RXT-X with the I/C relocated?

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    Didnīt get it all... -my english
    But why wouldnt it fit? as I have free space in front of the S/C?



    Quote Originally Posted by JFizzleJR View Post
    The 4" tube adapts to the supercharger using a sleeve (included in the kit) that brings the size down to connect it to the 2 7/8" s/c inlet. You might have to do some modifying and molding to make it fit your GPR hull as Bruce alluded to. Since most of the parts in the kit wouldn't be much use on a GPR, I would try to find something used if I were you. All you need is the s/c adapter and the intake tube. The flow-rite vents and the pre-filter wouldn't be of much use IMO. You can make your own rectifier mount and catch can. Good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExciterGPR View Post
    Didnīt get it all... -my english
    But why wouldnt it fit? as I have free space in front of the S/C?
    That kit is designed for the rxp and it uses the location of the stock rear vent tube.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeaGoat View Post
    Can this be used in the RXT-X with the I/C relocated?

    This kit will not fit the RXT's

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    the riva 4" is great 4 getting cooler air from outside the hull, just be carefull not 2 get 2 much water in it. u can hydro lock ur motor. i flip my rxp once and suck up some water befor i could kill the motor. had 2 take out the plugs, take off the i/c tube going to the TB and crank it over. cover the TB so any water don't get push out of the i/c into the TB. replace the plugs and then start it still with the i/c pipe off to make sure all the water is out, still with the TB block off from getting any water in it from the i/c. they r good but can b a pain

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