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    honda 4stoke turbo VS GP1300R

    so today early in the day a red n white Honda 4 stroke turbo came up next to me and asked what my ski was and all and asked if i wanted to run them, WELL i couldnt turn it down.. off the line that thing took me hard as shit he pulled me for about 4-5 ski distance.. they we hit a little chop on the water and i caught of cause mine hit the waves better. after that i was about 5 skis in front.. after he said he just had a chip in the ski....

    is this a good outcome? or should i have whupped all around?

    my EFI is not tuned right i seam to have trouble figuring out how to set the stupid thing


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    I'm having trouble figuring out why this is in 2 stroke

    Jokes aside, I think the honda might have a tad more power but I havn't heard of them being great in heavy chop

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    Um because I have a 2 stroke!!!

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    don't know much about honda's, i would think they would not be that strong on takeoff due to turbo lag, just a guess. what mods do u have? my 08 only gets pulled about 1 ski length next to an rxpx and i pull about 1 ski length next to an rxtx, stock form of course

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    it probably doesn't have as much turbo lag as you'd imagine. I'm willing to bet honda using a tiny turbo and it's probably even a variable nozzle one to minimize lag, therefore it's probably always in boost.

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    prop,d-plate,FF,F/A,Jim FF ride plate, intake grate,EFI control,

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    The Aquatrax is mind blowing out of the hole, but it doesn't feel that way when you ride it. It's a very seemless acceleration, you can barely feel the turbo kick in if your riding in a straight line. Stock anyway. Take a corner and then you can feel when it hits boost. It's great, I absolutly love them. I wanna F12X for a cruiser/loaner/wakeskate ski.

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    my mistake, associated efi with 4 stroke

    carry on

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    yea aquatrax was written on it

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    I had the full stage 1 package on and got pulled about 3 lengths by a stock 12x, then I had the jetworks vlave put on and have pulled him outta the hole every time, untill he finds out what a boost controller is.

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