JetX Racer Jay Edworthy Breathes Easy With a RIVA Racing Power Filter Kit

As much as they need gas to burn, engines require as much dense, cool air – if not more so. Hot rodders, tuners, tweakers and engineers have all found unique and interesting ways to feed their engines more needful oxygen over the years, and for top performance personal watercraft, the same applies. That is why RIVA Racing has a whole array of their cold air induction Power Filter Kits for nearly all applications from Kawasaki, Sea-Doo and Yamaha.

RIVA’s Power Filter Kits directly replace the restrictive stock air box for “a high-volume, precision-formed intake duct that attaches to the supercharger via a large 4” adapter,” according to RIVA. The IJSBA-legal kits funnels cool, dense air through an oversized (and water-repellent pre-filter)) K&N filter and flame arrestor, and into your PWC’s throttle body. Each kit can be easily installed and quickly removed, as no drilling or cutting is required.

Canadian Sea-Doo racing team JetX Motorsports knows about this all too well. Jay Edworthy rides a supercharged Sea-Doo RXP-X 300 equipped with RIVA Power Filter Kit, as well as a RIVA Catch Can, RIVA Valve Springs & Retainers, a RIVA Stainless Wear Ring, a Skat-Trak prop, RIVA Steering, RIVA Sponsons, a new RIVA ECU tune, and a Hydro-Turf Seat cover and mats, who has stepped up big for Jay’s 2017 season. Other notables include MotoOption providing team pitshirts and clothing, JetPilot racing gear and Klotz Canada for support in the way of fuel and lubricants.

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Kevin Shaw

Editor-in-Chief – Kevin Shaw is a decade-long powersports and automotive journalist whose love for things that go too fast has led him to launching The Watercraft Journal. Almost always found with stained hands and dirt under his fingernails, Kevin has an eye for the technical while keeping a eye out for beautiful photography and a great story.

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