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    Recipe for reliable 80mph FZR SHO

    I was looking around and didn't really see anything current. The FX/FZR mods and speed database is on the old side.

    If you were starting with a stock ski what would you need?

    My guess is.
    -Deans Level 2 IC Tune
    -Fizzle IC
    -Solas Prop pitched by Dean
    -Cooling upgrade
    -B2 Wheel
    -Ribbon Delete
    -Air Intake
    The Ultimate Air Intake
    Riva Power Filter
    -Tommy Jordan Exhaust Mod
    -Jim's cut plate


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    Your list looks good, however the only thing I would change is go with a 160mm liner and 13/17 impeller. I'd definitely do The Ultimate cold air intake kit over the Riva kit.
    Also, get a FZ SVHO ride plate and have the Jims Performance mod done to it. Don't even waste your time with a FZ SHO plate.

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    Basically everything that I have for sale plus a Riva valve train upgrade and an R&D intercooler which I also have for sale. This ski was hitting 83.
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=265062

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    Throw the solas prop in the trash and buy a scat! Not worth the risk of it breaking!!

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    Picked up a ETLB (B2 Wheel). Hoping it will help me get there. Will my Riva ride plate hold me back?
    Last edited by not2fast; 02-01-2018 at 01:59 PM.

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    Thoughts on ride plate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by not2fast View Post
    Thoughts on ride plate?
    the fastest plates are the stock plates modified by Jim’s Performance. See here
    https://www.4-tecperformance.com/ind...ex&cPath=78_80

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    Should I plan on doing the hull reinforcement too? Does it matter what year the ski is?

    Mine is an odd 2008build motor with a hull mold date in 2011 and a hull id of 2009. Sold new in 2012.
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    Quote Originally Posted by not2fast View Post
    Should I plan on doing the hull reinforcement too? Does it matter what year the ski is?

    Mine is an odd 2008build motor with a hull mold date in 2011 and a hull id of 2009. Sold new in 2012.
    Any FZ doing 78 or more MPH needs to have the pump tunnel reinforced

    FZR Pump Tunnel Reinforcement for 2009+

    Fiberglass reinforcement designed to glue in over the OEM pump tunnel to increase strength. This is a must have item for any highly modified...
    FZR reinforcement $175.00


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    That is what I thought. ORDERED off GH

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