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    Fz SvHo Cooling Question...

    I have the Stage1 cooling kit on my ski I'm from NJ would I need more cooling with the Fizzle intercooler....


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    i bought that stage 1 kit and it really looked like a joke. i didnt even open the package. i ordered my fizzle and the pro cooling kit. that one is much better. the fizzle really needs a dedicated line anyway. i would go with the pro kit if i was you. with all that said i have no hard data for you either way. thats just my opinion by comparing the 2 kits.

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    If I put a dedicated waterline to the fizzle how would I flush it..

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    Quote Originally Posted by RIVERA RACING View Post
    If I put a dedicated waterline to the fizzle how would I flush it..
    Get the fizzle with the flush attachment,u flush intercooler separately from engine flush.

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    Yes ingot that and its just a brass t with a 6" piece of hose with a garden hose adapter on it. The fitting goes on the outlet side then its flushed seperately

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    Ok..should I do the motor to or just the intercooler cause I did the stage1 kit aready.

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    Just do the complete pro cooling kit. by the time you buy the stuff seperately to just do the fizzle, a few more bucks and you can get the whole kit to do everything. Go on rivas website and look up the pro cooling kit and they have a quick video you can watch on it.

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    You can make the Riva kit yourself for about 20 bucks fyi. You have to drill and tap one piece (or buy the r&d piece), buy some basic heater hose and some stainless steel hose clamps from your hardware store. Oh and who can forget the drill bit..

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    yes looking at it its pretty basic. i bought it for the pickup strainer, water block, thru hull, the water inlet for the eng block. the hose and clamps are cheap.

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