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    Nos

    Does anyone know what Nos system there using on the RXP'S? And how EZ is it to hook up?


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    They are running a dry shot and injecting it right into the intercooler. These guys have the EMS system so its easy to add fuel with the mapping. If you don't have the ability to add fuel you will need to go with a wet system.

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    Spraying directly on the cooler itself, a purge kit works good for this

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    The closer you get the nitrous to the intake valve the more power it'll make. A direct port wet shot would be ideal. I'm looking at a nitrous express kit or piecing together a noszle type setup from nos. I'd prefer the noszle type so I don't have to drill. I have friends that run that on their mustangs and it's a trick little setup.

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    No offence but I think NOS on a jet drive boat is a little nuts. Give us a year and we'll have boats going as fast and as quick without injections and engine and fire hazards.

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    When the thought of putting Nitrous on my RXP first dawned on my, I got really excited. After all, I don't really need anything over 70 mph during normal riding. Let's just say that a 75 shot would be safe. I could hit the nitrous and see nearly 80 with minimal investment.

    Then it hit me. . . you would have to prop it for the nitrous. From what I've read, it would take the 15/20 for that kind of power, which would make it a slug on the stock engine off the nitrous (or would it?).

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    Mike, you are correct. To run nitrous you must have very tall pitch in the impeller. When off the nitrous the ski is a total dog and you over load the engine.

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    yes mike. you got it. I just talked to Nitrous express guy and he says since we have a HARD rev limiter, we need to run a big pitched prop to turn higher top speeds which of course would hurt you the MAJORITY of the time when you are not on the juice. WITHOUT the bigger pitched prop the biggest effect on the juice would be increased torque which would help more in the acceleration of the ski.
    Last edited by sr71bb; 09-09-2006 at 08:41 PM.

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    Nitros for Jetski site!


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    Drag only!!!!

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