02-16-2010, 07:25 PM #1
Post up your Prop/Pump/Nozzle combo results
Since we have lots of guys going to reflashed/aftermarket ECU's now, I figured we could use a thread to document what is needed to get these higher HP skis dialed in with a good balance of holeshot/acceleration/top speed. This way our results won't get buried in other threads, making it harder for newcomers to find the info. Please also include what conditions your setup is being used for...ie flat water, CC, offshore enurance etc.
I'm currently running the C1 with the stock ECU/pump/liner & I have been able to nearly eliminate holeshot cavitation with a 13/24 Skat Swirl, R&D pump cone & 82mm ring. My 15/22 DF with the same setup adds ~2mph on top, but does pop the limiter 4-5 times from a dig.
I know Jerry has had good results with a 160 liner/8 vein pump on his E1 Motec boat, but I'm interested to hear from others who are running the C1, B1, C3, E1 & ET wheels with other levels of supporting mods. Post away gentlemen.
02-16-2010, 07:42 PM #2
Still on a stock pump, E1 Wheel, 13/25 skat and stock nozzle installed.
Good for 82mph with cavitation of course a few months back.
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02-16-2010, 08:33 PM #10
Something to ponder.
liner - $238.00
So, with $567.00 for those parts with the remaining $1,200 for the pump doesn't seem so terrible for a custom pump then. All relative.
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