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    82mm / 85mm r&d nozzles too small? Looking for a top mph run for heck of it

    smaller the nozzles more top end in theory right so i wanted to bolt on my 82/85 r&d nozzles that i had from an old boat to my 96xp for top speed run.

    I know most guys sware by the 85/88.

    This may really over load the motor but what do you think.

    96 xp
    ppg level 1 head mod
    787 bored 1.50mm oversize sbt pistons and true welded crank
    stock carbs rejetted 2.0 needle seats
    r&d arrestors
    solas x1 prop (which may not work with the 82/85 nozzles)
    msd enhancer
    lightweight rear pto flywheel, jetnetics front flywheel
    stock pipe
    no water controller, all stock water lines.
    stock fuel pump
    choke no primer

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    96XPSS's Avatar
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    You most definitely need and XO.

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    will the 82/55 be more for top end or low end?

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    That would be more top end

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    "Tearing it up on the water" seadoobutch787's Avatar
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    85/88 is the size you want.

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