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    New Product Updates for Fizzle Yamaha Intercoolers April 2019

    Please see below for NEW Fizzle Yamaha product updates! Fizzle is introducing the Yamha Blow Off Valve Hose with Tial 50mm BOV and also the stainless steel Catch Can made with GRF. Also the Y1000 Intercooler now comes with either Genuine Tial BOV, Copy BOV, or no BOV.

    ALL FIZZLE PRODUCTS ARE IN STOCK AND READY TO SHIP AND NOW APPLICABLE FOR THE greenhulk COUPON CODE TO SAVE 10% OFF RETAIL PRICE.

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    I've been reading that BOVs may be beneficial to increase the reliability of my ski, even of it's completely stock.

    1. Does it come set up for a stock ski? Or do I have to change springs?
    2. Will it fit the 2019s or only up to the 18s?

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    Quote Originally Posted by diegoo.jayjay View Post
    I've been reading that BOVs may be beneficial to increase the reliability of my ski, even of it's completely stock.

    1. Does it come set up for a stock ski? Or do I have to change springs?
    2. Will it fit the 2019s or only up to the 18s?
    It should fit any Yamaha SHO/SVHO from 08 up
    Last edited by Mr. GP1800; 05-02-2019 at 10:13 PM.

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    Catch can looks sweet.Does it attach to engine or hull and are there any installed pictures? thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by diegoo.jayjay View Post
    I've been reading that BOVs may be beneficial to increase the reliability of my ski, even of it's completely stock.

    1. Does it come set up for a stock ski? Or do I have to change springs?
    2. Will it fit the 2019s or only up to the 18s?
    Yes, using a blow off valve prolongs the life of your supercharger clutch, even on a stock ski.
    No need to change the spring. The TiAL valve comes complete with the correct spring.
    It fits all supercharged Yamaha's, 2008-2019

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    Quote Originally Posted by LT1GMC View Post
    Catch can looks sweet.Does it attach to engine or hull and are there any installed pictures? thanks!
    It attaches to the engine. Here are a couple of pictures of it installed on my 2016 FZS
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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    Yes, using a blow off valve prolongs the life of your supercharger clutch, even on a stock ski.
    No need to change the spring. The TiAL valve comes complete with the correct spring.
    It fits all supercharged Yamaha's, 2008-2019
    Thank you, just double checking bc the website descriptions says up to 2018.

    For the vacuum line, I see to ways to install: Phuckit Racing's way and Riva's, which is preferred?
    Phuckit places a barbed Tee right before the MAP sensor, seems like a way quicker installer. Riva drills and taps the intake manifold.
    If I do Riva's way, should I get new gaskets for the manifold? Just kidding, o rings are used.
    Last edited by diegoo.jayjay; 04-25-2019 at 11:51 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by diegoo.jayjay View Post
    For the vacuum line, I see to ways to install: Phuckit Racing's way and Riva's, which is preferred?
    Phuckit places a barbed Tee right before the MAP sensor, seems like a way quicker installer. Riva drills and taps the intake manifold.
    If I do Riva's way, should I get new gaskets for the manifold?
    Do not ever tap off the MAP sensor for a BOV. ALWAYS use a dedicated boost reference port off the manifold. RIVA is doing it the right way. Drill and tap!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    Do not ever tap off the MAP sensor for a BOV. ALWAYS use a dedicated boost reference port off the manifold. RIVA is doing it the right way. Drill and tap!
    Sounds good, better to ask!

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    Is the pipe/hose with knock off blow off valve available ?

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