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    Intake/exhaust Valve replacement

    Hi all.

    I am finally replacing the exhaust valves in my 04 RXP. Green hulk has the supertech valves for $342 and jetskiparts.com has an aftermarket set for $189.

    https://jetskiparts.com/collections/...4293-420254682

    https://www.4-tecperformance.com/ind...oducts_id=2114

    Does anyone have experience with jetskiparts? I’m not doing any upgrades, increased boost, etc. I just want to be sure I’m putting in a OEM quality (2007 quality) part while not spending unnecessary money. The jetskiparts listing scares me when it says aftermarket but doesn’t list composition or manufacturer. What do you think?

    dave


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    Quote Originally Posted by Aerohokie View Post
    Hi all.

    I am finally replacing the exhaust valves in my 04 RXP. Green hulk has the supertech valves for $342 and jetskiparts.com has an aftermarket set for $189.

    https://jetskiparts.com/collections/...4293-420254682

    https://www.4-tecperformance.com/ind...oducts_id=2114

    Does anyone have experience with jetskiparts? I’m not doing any upgrades, increased boost, etc. I just want to be sure I’m putting in a OEM quality (2007 quality) part while not spending unnecessary money. The jetskiparts listing scares me when it says aftermarket but doesn’t list composition or manufacturer. What do you think?

    dave

    It will be fine for your application. Jetskiparts.

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    I would go with the proven supertech valves. I would not put cheap aftermarket valves in any of my skis, stock or modified.
    Last edited by ncdoo; 02-12-2020 at 10:08 AM.


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    Quote Originally Posted by tiderider View Post
    It will be fine for your application. Jetskiparts.
    Do you know any of the specs for the valves or the supply chain? Have you used them before? DM if you have to. I'd like to know the basis of your opinion so I can make an educated decision.

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    That's the way I'm leaning unless I can find out more about the other valves besides just that they are "aftermarket."

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    Contact the seller and see what they say.. I purchased an aftermarket high performance, light weight, single groove keeper, nitrate coated valves from them in the past which are still looking really good today. Stainless steel intakes and inconel exhaust valves. They also sent me a spare intake and exhaust valve with that purchase.

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    I've used Supertech without any problems.

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