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    How are my numbers?

    Two (Yellow/Red) 2006 RXT SC IC: Each have 125hrs and I just performed a spring tune-up after a few months of sitting up - Changed oil/filter/filter o-rings/spark plugs. Also changed the coolant and had Jerry do a complete rebuild on the chargers***.

    I verified all my levels were correct before, during and after the following run: Warm-up for 10 min. for a few miles, but staying under 50mph. (Checked fluids...) Then I hit a couple of 1/8 mile runs at WOT; here's what I posted:

    RED: Sustained 8160 RPM w/67 mph on the dreamometer (forgot my GPS)
    YELLOW: Sustained 8080 RPM w/68 mph on the dreamometer...

    Air temp - 74, Water temp - 68, Light wind w/ripple on water, Humidity 80

    So, how are my numbers?

    ***Got to see the master @ work - Thanks again, Jerry - you rock And thank you, Online Store


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    Looks nice.
    You really need gps,those seadoo speedometers are way off.
    Try it with an gps,for realworld speednumbers
    Good luck!

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    Yeah, I'm a bonehead, forgot my GPS, but my guestimate is prob. going to put around 64mph.

    If I go out tomorrow, I'll GPS my runs and re-edit my first post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 83Gator View Post
    Yeah, I'm a bonehead, forgot my GPS, but my guestimate is prob. going to put around 64mph.

    If I go out tomorrow, I'll GPS my runs and re-edit my first post.
    True speed of 64 mph sounds about right. My 07 was 4mph out compared to GPS.

    Cheers

    Chris

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    sounds like its time for a bigger supercharger

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dockside View Post
    sounds like its time for a bigger supercharger
    X..............

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    Sounds to be on par. Yeah, about 64 is probably where you are. RPM is good though.

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    Your ski looks sharp in that avatar pic Gus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris52 View Post
    Your ski looks sharp in that avatar pic Gus.
    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 83Gator View Post
    Two (Yellow/Red) 2006 RXT SC IC: Each have 125hrs and I just performed a spring tune-up after a few months of sitting up - Changed oil/filter/filter o-rings/spark plugs. Also changed the coolant and had Jerry do a complete rebuild on the chargers***.

    I verified all my levels were correct before, during and after the following run: Warm-up for 10 min. for a few miles, but staying under 50mph. (Checked fluids...) Then I hit a couple of 1/8 mile runs at WOT; here's what I posted:

    RED: Sustained 8160 RPM w/67 mph on the dreamometer (forgot my GPS)

    EDIT: Same conditions as above, but GPS used today on Old Yella...
    YELLOW: Sustained 8080 RPM w/67 mph as per GPS

    Air temp - 74, Water temp - 68, Light wind w/ripple on water, Humidity 75

    So, how are my numbers?

    ***Got to see the master @ work - Thanks again, Jerry - you rock And thank you, Online Store
    Edited for Yellow Ski as noted above...

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