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    Lightbulb Reduction Nozzle opportunity for testing

    Looks like opportunity for testing with the new FZR/SHO RIVA Pro Series Nozzle for the GPR.

    Looks like somebody should try one on a GPR

    I'm sure it may deem a repitch, but there may be opportunity for testing to see if there are worthwhile results.

    i.e; Big Bore GPR's, Triple Pipe GPRs and any High RPM GPR's

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...&postcount=826

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    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...oducts_id=1199
    Our Pro-Series Reduction Nozzle is ideal for tuning your Yamaha pump combination to maximize performance. Nozzle exit diameter can be easily changed via interchangeable ring system. Looking for more RPM or acceleration power? Insert a larger diameter ring. Want more top speed or less RPM? Install a smaller diameter ring. Nozzle includes three precision-machined stainless steel rings in graduated sizes (81, 82 & 83mm). Additional ring sizes available.
    Note: Nozzle eliminates water spout function to maximize performance and conform to racing safety rules.

    Model: RY23040-N



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    nevermind
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    $$$$$$$$$$

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    nice how much is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by o uncola o View Post
    $$$$$$$$$$
    Quote Originally Posted by alex29573 View Post
    nice how much is it?

    $419.95


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    price

    forget about it!!

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    Nice but price is steep i got my brand new nozzle 5 degree 87 for 109

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    Don’t Complain… Do Something About It

    Ok the price is high..... However, rather than just complaining why not create the interchangeable nozzle ends on your own. Several people on the forum work for or own machine shops. If $400 is too much then what would you pay? I imagine a stock 87 or 85 nozzle could be tapped and modified to accept these rings and then you are good to go. After all, it is RIVA so it is just a stock nozzle painted black with some machine work. The real cost would be in the steel/aluminum for the nozzle ends.

    Ok guys..... Let show how a free market economy works

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