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    winterized and ready for the 8 months of winter coming

    This site is going to take the tension off me wanting to ride during the winter. I winterized yesterday and plan on doing some work to my 2012 gtr 215. I currently have the riva stage 1. Through out the winter i plan on rebuilding my supercharger(bay area power sports has a kit for 300), after that i plan on buying a fizzle intercooler and then after that install the bosch vt1100 fuel injectors and do the next tune to my ski. After that I'm out of ideas on what to do to enhance the performance of my ski, any one have insight on what to do after this?


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    No need for the VT1100's. Stock 48's are fine. No performance gains. That $400 can get you an ET127 wheel for your charger. Big gain. Put that and the Fizzle in and have Jesus @Riva write you a new tune. Maybe contact Jerry here at the store. He does the rebuild service and can sell/install the wheel for you. My $.02 for what its worth. Maybe someone else will have better/other ideas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GTRD View Post
    No need for the VT1100's. Stock 48's are fine. No performance gains. That $400 can get you an ET127 wheel for your charger. .
    But with the new wheel I would need to spend another 400 for rising rate fuel pressure kit Correct?

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    I wouldn't think so. That wheel only has .5-1 lb of boost more than a stock X-charger which comes in the 260's and new 230's. They're fine with the stock fueling system.
    Last edited by GTRD; 09-26-2018 at 01:53 PM. Reason: Added info

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    hmm im going to take this to the 4 tec formand see what others think because ive been told both. some say you need to buy the fuel ,it and others say its not necessary.

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    I agree with GTRD. Add the intercooler, supercharger wheel, and get the tune to match the stock injectors. Jerry at PWC Performance is the guy to use for the supercharger rebuild and wheel swap. He's probably done more than any one else in the world.

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    Ran that wheel with 42's, fizzle ic and 4" air, with a regulator for years and never had and issue. The guy who bought the ski a couple years ago still brings it to me for servicing and says it still runs a strong as the day I sold it to him.

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