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    Reducing Ring for RXT-X

    I'm going to be have my pump nozzle machined to accept the Riva reducing rings and I'm looking for a suggested size to go with for my set up listed below:

    RXT-X with stock impeller

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    I would not go below 85, I found this one to not kill the hole shot to bad

    I tried a 83 and thought it was a dog out of the hole

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    I have a Riva stg 1 and I have been running the 82mm, seems to be a good combo of acceleration and speed.

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    anybody know what the stock diameter measures out to?

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    87mm

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    Pretty sure you cannot have the X nozzle modified nas it is alot shorter than the RXP nozzle, the 2 suction pipes from the bailers are in the way in the X nozzle. R88

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    Why not just buy a stock RXP 215 ring, 83mm? Aren't they only about 100 bucks? I run an 82mm and still seems to have strong hole shot with a 15/22R. I wouldn't mess with machining your stock nozzle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R88ory RXP View Post
    Pretty sure you cannot have the X nozzle modified nas it is alot shorter than the RXP nozzle, the 2 suction pipes from the bailers are in the way in the X nozzle. R88
    STSPERFORMANCE has done this on an X nozzle, he's not willing to disclose his tactic. Anybody have any ideas?

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    Many of us including myself have swapped our P-X's to a stock rxp nozzle which is around 83.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ocman View Post
    Many of us including myself have swapped our P-X's to a stock rxp nozzle which is around 83.
    How much can you pick up a stock RXP nozzle for? I have a buddy that could machine the X nozzle if I could get around the bailer tube issue. All I would have into it would be a case of beer (machining cost) and the cost of the rings.

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