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    target RPM

    what is the target RPM for a 1300 ported triple pipe ski?


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    What prop will you be running?

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    Mine turn 8050 to 8100 plus this summer with a 85 nozzle. If you don't
    see at least 7900 to 8000, keep tunning. I had to go bigger on my prop.

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    Isn't there a point to over rev the motor?? like target RPM for a single piper is 7150-7200....anything over that is over revving...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaGoblinEatR
    Isn't there a point to over rev the motor?? like target RPM for a single piper is 7150-7200....anything over that is over revving...

    hmm..I'd like to see some reasearch into this. Which size, 12 or 13?

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    I thought Factory Pipes make the most power at 7600-7700 rpms?

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