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    Overstuffing

    hey all new to greenhulk

    Just wanting to know i have a RXP-X and doing around 77mph wanting to know whats the best way to sort out this overstuffing because i want to go faster and worried about the overstuffing thanks all


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    Quote Originally Posted by DVSBMR View Post
    hey all new to greenhulk

    Just wanting to know i have a RXP-X and doing around 77mph wanting to know whats the best way to sort out this overstuffing because i want to go faster and worried about the overstuffing thanks all
    This has been relesed and works by relieving the presure in the pump that causes the Overstuff to happen.

    Its not cheap but then nor is life.

    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...oducts_id=1303

    R88

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    Quote Originally Posted by DVSBMR View Post
    hey all new to greenhulk

    Just wanting to know i have a RXP-X and doing around 77mph wanting to know whats the best way to sort out this overstuffing because i want to go faster and worried about the overstuffing thanks all
    U need to be running the R&D grate, and don't chop the throttle at high speeds

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    Worx Grate is safe at that speed, many people have done it but i wouldnt go any faster without a R&D grate, over 80 and ya need some type of relief system like 88 said

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    R&D intake grate

    we have run the R&D intake grate up to 85mph on the rxp-x many times with no signs of bucking even when chopping the throttle at 85mph.

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    IMO, the R&D is the only way to go on an 80+ X-ski

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    Quote Originally Posted by HighPSI View Post
    IMO, the R&D is the only way to go on an 80+ X-ski

    What's the safe max speed for a worx grate on an rxp?

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    Is this the third, or fourth overstuff thread that has started in the last month??

    Welcome to Greenhulk....the "search" feature is your friend.

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    how bout a pump exension ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by fh23rxp-x View Post
    how bout a pump exension ...
    How would a pump extension help??? Thanks R88

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