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    b-kit vs rude2 vs et

    hey guys i just need some quick info i was about to sell my b-kit and get a rude 2 or an et but was told from the guys at seadoo center that i will be wasting my money as there is basically no diffrence between the 3 charger
    can any one chime in on this and give me let down before i go and do something thats basically going to cost me money for no reason


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    Is your B-kit one of Les's latest units?

    If so I would have to agree with that statement.

    The ET will slightly edge them out, but it isn't by enough to change.

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    If your b-kit is one of the older ones that are equal to a rude 1 then both the ET and the 2-rude are a big improvement.

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    I have an older B-kit, and a rude2. And as has been mentioned the newer B-kit's have close to rude2 boost levels. So I would agree with both statements!

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    Whats the difference between the old Bkit and the new ones?? My Bkit impeller is blue, is this an old or new one?? I purchased the supercharger in 07.

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    That would be the newer one...the older ones I don't think were anodized...

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    I purchased my B-kit in 2008 used, and it had an anodized orange billet alum. impeller. I believe it to be one of the original ones, and was probably purchased in 2005-2006. That impeller ate a piece of hose however and was replaced. The B-kit impeller I bought to replace it was also billet, but was anodized black. Apparently there are a number of different variations, or at least colors, of B-kit's out there.

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    Re: b-kit vs rude2 vs et

    My b kit is at 13 psi at 8160 rpms.... Off the manifold. My ecu is set for 8350. My prop is too tall.

    I have the newest bkit.... Bought it less then six months ago.

    Hope this helps.


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    That's fairly impressive, my B-kit doesn't make 13psi until 8600. If your making 13 PSI @ 8160, you definitely have one of the newest ones. That's on Par with a 2rude, or MiniRude-X. I am very curious as to how that Charger responds to higher RPM's. I bet it would make 15-16PSI @ 8800.

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    I'm right at 13psi at 8100...

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