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    Good luck for sure. Keep us/ me posted.

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    Update on the build.
    I replaced the riva breather with an actual catch can, and will be venting the valve cover to the can as well.



    I also referenced the intercooler piping for the wastegate since its not supposed to receive vacuum.
    Added a grimmspeed boost controller.


    I hit a top speed of 85.3 which was my original best speed. its making around 14psi right now and was spinning 8800rpm.
    Had a couple hiccups in the tune, but Jesus has sent me an updated tune, and now I can bump up the boost too. I will be testing again on Sunday.


    NVM the dirty engine bay and the random tennis ball. (the ball is there to lift the x fitting when using the water hose since they factory system is stupid and kinks.)
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    Looking good, look forward to coming down next summer and riding it.

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    good deal man. matching top speed with lower boost, and room to grow!.. and never worry about a clutch again ha.!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reaper9789
    Ö



    Ö the x fitting Ö
    I relocated my Yamaha GP1800 factory flush fitting from inside the hull on the mid-wall to outside the hull, under the rear seat.

    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthre...=1#post2983044

    I relocated my Yamaha GP1800 factory flush fitting from inside the hull on the mid-wall to outside the hull, under the rear seat.

    If the flush fitting leaks or even lets go completely with a fast flow, the water will all be outside the hull and in a place I might notice. Connecting and disconnecting the flush hose also no longer dribbles water inside the hull. longer hose routing no longer kinks at the X fitting.

    Also cleans up the interior space. One less bracket and hose behind the mid-wall to get in the way.



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    Top speed yesterday was 87.1mph. I didnt datalog so im not sure of the rpm. it started cutting out after sitting for a bit. Not sure whats going on. its losing fuel for sure. I might be looking into a fuel pump. But for now I have been advised to replace the pigtails going to the injectors and getting rid of the riva adapters. It will look much more clean like that anyway.
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    what does it look like with the riva adapters? I have deans so just curious.

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    This is what the adapters from riva look like. I dont think they were the problem. It seems like Im having a little trouble with the black plug on the ECU, (The one you remove to tune it)



    I cut the stock plugs off and soldered on new pigtails to remove any doubt. Also installed a riva fuel rail. It sits lower, and is further away from the intercooler piping which is nice.
    The gold is just heat tape. The intercooler piping gets really hot.
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    Make sure you guys check all your stuff when testing. I never put a zip tie on the Map sensor and Im pretty sure it was causing all of my problems.
    This was a short test before the line came off and stranded me. Seems to be good now. Testing again on Sunday.


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    Sounds good.. makes me miss riding mine.

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