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    Listen, my friend and I were driving the skis. Girls were on back. Plus they were hot.
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    In the Greenhulk store is an accessory that you need to install on your ski. Its a Riva Last drop oil extractor for the 1.8 engines. Lets you get every last drop of oil out of the engine on each and every oil change. I just installed one on my FX SVHO. They also make one for the mr1 engines too. Both available in Jerry's store.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CARLRRE View Post
    In the Greenhulk store is an accessory that you need to install on your ski. Its a Riva Last drop oil extractor for the 1.8 engines. Lets you get every last drop of oil out of the engine on each and every oil change. I just installed one on my FX SVHO. They also make one for the mr1 engines too. Both available in Jerry's store.
    Yea I was looking at that thanks

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    just fyi, your not done with the gpr. you really need to run the piss out of it to get all the moisture out of it. Run it hard for an hour or two so it gets good and hot so it evaporates out. Running on the house for a half hour isnt gonna do it.

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    I've started the GPR up a few times since an fogged the motor. I'm going to run it some more tomorrow. Thanks.

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    Hi, CARLRRE is correct!, you would have done less oil changes, got the water contaminated oil out faster and saved yourself some $$'s if you had the "LastDrop" oil extraction system installed on your ski.
    Thank's CARLRRE!!

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    I'm going to pick one up soon. How involved is the install? Looks like the intercooler might have to come out?

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    lol are those girls still as hot as they were before all this mess?

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    Yea still are
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    QUOTE=silver93t;2414281]I'm going to pick one up soon. How involved is the install? Looks like the intercooler might have to come out?[/QUOTE]

    Hi, it not hard at all, It installs to the rear of the motor so the intercooler is not a problem at all. Most forum members that installed it said it took about 20 min. to do. The kit come with very good step by step installsion instructions also.
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