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    flame arrestor air filter/d-plate, than what?

    going to be putting in these idems soon to add on what i,ve done, after i take out cat., temporaly pull out exhaust elbow remove intake silencer , i understand there,s a warning buzzer from the exhaust sensor , will someone please elaborate?



    07 1300 gpr
    r&d rideplate(IR MOD 1 resurfacing)
    riva 1200 top loader intake
    rivapumpstuffer
    riva ff exhaust(annoy the neighbors)
    leo,s holeshot(no sternholes)
    skat trak 13/19 r swirl
    stepped up sponsons/pump tunnel reinforcement(self made)
    lubri bond-a(rideplate/trims tabs only)


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    You need the Riva plug in module thingy to keep the buzzer from going off.

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    the module

    yes ,that sort of a resistor, its made for my ski? bubba at riva said he,ll walk me through it , i understand there,s more back "heat' with the cat. in ,what kind of performance difference will i see?

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    Hello Dave,

    on my 07 gpr i don`t need the resistor chip. With the chip connected the buzzers never goes out. Without => all best

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    i think no really noticeable performance increase for the cat. ==> Just less heat.
    Power Filter should bring more RPM`s ( 30-50)

    Next mods:
    ==> any sort of reeds (very noticeable performance increase)
    ==> IR Holeshot kit
    ==> Maybe OEM Head Milled (for example from Island racing)

    ==> Look at your Intake, at the area where it`s bonded with the pump shoe. Very bad intersection for the waterflow, you will need machining.

    greetings Nick

    PS: Sorry for bad English (You know Austria

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    mill your head for 150psi + vf3 reeds + efi controller.

    thats what i would do, have you sealed the pump show yet as well? if not do that to and if you do, do all that you will need to replace the prop as well as a 13/19 will be on the limiter.

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    Yes EFI Controller, i forgot

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    efi controller

    i understand that it won,t make any difference in performance if the commpression stays the same if the cyclinder are not milled. i bought the r&d "powershot" but returned it since a engine mod is not in my plans right now.

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    Welcome Dave...

    IMPORTANT!!!!!

    Reinforce the pump tunnel BEFORE YOU RIDE THAT SKI AGAIN!

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    pump tunnel reinforcement

    yes, did mine professor woody, self made like" pistonwash/rx951" epoxy resin ,messy but SOLID! enjoy your comments and youtube segments

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