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    15f muffler?

    how too remove the second muffler? i tried and it looks stuck back in the corner. any ideas?


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    go to the riva site and down load the 15f super charger kit instructions
    i know there is a "how to do" section in there
    there could even be a instructions on just the single water box mod

    you can also use a air hack and cut the back corner of the bulk head off
    instead of spreading / streaching the hull like riva say

    i have done both

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    Just Pm'd you onebadsho. but as i said.. don't be afraid use some force and lots of Windex!

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    2nd muffler

    well i im gonna just cut the corner off, i dont wanna use a jack
    like riva says, i might break something .

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    your fine with the jack we have done over 50 of them . the first time was scarry

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    Quote Originally Posted by R rated View Post
    your fine with the jack we have done over 50 of them . the first time was scarry
    +1 i was scared shitless the first time i did it. go slow, take your time, use common sense.

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    What about leaving it in? Besides the weight issue, Is there really any other reason for taking it out? Just curious

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    no real reason, it probably still has some water in it, mine did anyways. just take it out its really not that bad, just go slow and be careful. its not as bad as it sounds.

    Sean

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    2nd muffler

    well got it out. what a pain in the ### also did a home made exhaust and put a k/n filter for the intake , hope to see what this 2 mods do for MPH i will gps next time out . the next thing is gonna be pump seal kit and intake grate ,maybe ride plate

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    you definitely need to do the ride plate. I switched to a STXR plate and increase a couple of mph. The only downfall is with 2 up I have to ride more up front to get the nose down. Worth it. Let me know how you do with the upgrades, it is my next things.

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