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    Rogue Big Air or RIVA Performance Intake

    Which of these would be better for use on a 15f.


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    Rogue!

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    Racer kawasaki15f's Avatar
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    I have a riva one, works fine for me.

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    I run a Rouge and I gained 1.2 mph compared to stock with better acceleration.
    I would think that you would get about the same results from the Riva one.

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    make your own custom intake that fits in your rear storage bucket. all you need is a 2.75" 90 degree silcone coupler, a piece of 2.75" 90 degree aluminum tubing like you would use on a turbo setup and a cone style filter that fits in the bucket. you also need some hose clamps. its real easy to do and sounds sweet! just do a search under the kawasaki performance section and look for cold air induction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 03stx12f View Post
    make your own custom intake that fits in your rear storage bucket. all you need is a 2.75" 90 degree silcone coupler, a piece of 2.75" 90 degree aluminum tubing like you would use on a turbo setup and a cone style filter that fits in the bucket. you also need some hose clamps. its real easy to do and sounds sweet! just do a search under the kawasaki performance section and look for cold air induction.
    +1 or you can go all out and make a fiberglass rear seat w/ air scoops check out my build thread did one there

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    Thank You, I may just try that custom intake.

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    i got the R&D intake/custom and i love it also sounds pretty cool when u squeeze the throttle but i think its how i have it positioned.

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    Sorry to bring back a dead thread, but right now I have the option of either buying a rogue power plenum used without the crankcase breathers for about $130, or I can buy a riva filter for $145 with shipping new and this has all breathers. What do you guys think would be the better move? Is the rogue filter really and better than the riva? It will be going on a 12f mind you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matrixman16 View Post
    Sorry to bring back a dead thread, but right now I have the option of either buying a rogue power plenum used without the crankcase breathers for about $130, or I can buy a riva filter for $145 with shipping new and this has all breathers. What do you guys think would be the better move? Is the rogue filter really and better than the riva? It will be going on a 12f mind you.
    whats up man,u ever buy a 15f?

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