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    For those that have never felt 15+lbs boost...

    Do some grip excercises and wear gloves.. Just sayin......


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    Grip exercises huh ...


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    Quote Originally Posted by BigDaddyRXP View Post
    Grip exercises huh ...

    Heck ya, that little machine at the GYM HELPS!!! Dont poke fun you know what Im talking about lol...

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    i just got the same charger but now i gotta reset my rotax ecu. currently running 11psi at 7900

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    Quote Originally Posted by masta2000 View Post
    i just got the same charger but now i gotta reset my rotax ecu. currently running 11psi at 7900
    Im seeing right @15lbs maybe a bit more @8580-8600 (sunpro bounces some WOT) Its pretty sick now that my ski is close to dialed in... You got rear air bro?

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    I got an X-charger with Riva washers and McMaster clutch washers waiting to go in my ski. I hope the "feel" over stock is good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KeithKman View Post
    I got an X-charger with Riva washers and McMaster clutch washers waiting to go in my ski. I hope the "feel" over stock is good.
    It's 3 more pounds of boost... you WILL feel it

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    i routed the 4 inch pipe straight into the opening in front of the seat and you can hear that baby whistle lots. the charger is amazing but i'm having problems dialing it in. i tweaked my 15/20r at +2mm with my rude 1 and was getting 8150 on stock ecu. now with same tweak am getting 7900rpm. i think i will reset my TB and see, also is very hot and i only had my rude 1 in spring when it was nice and dense air. OCMAN, what prop and tweak are you running?

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    Quote Originally Posted by masta2000 View Post
    i routed the 4 inch pipe straight into the opening in front of the seat
    Your not getting any air flow through your hull if your intake hose is blocking that hole!

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    Quote Originally Posted by masta2000 View Post
    i routed the 4 inch pipe straight into the opening in front of the seat and you can hear that baby whistle lots. the charger is amazing but i'm having problems dialing it in. i tweaked my 15/20r at +2mm with my rude 1 and was getting 8150 on stock ecu. now with same tweak am getting 7900rpm. i think i will reset my TB and see, also is very hot and i only had my rude 1 in spring when it was nice and dense air. OCMAN, what prop and tweak are you running?
    I have a 15/22 that has been tweaked twice by duke. Im not sure what he did to it last time but I made a few tuning changes since then and Im hitting 8620 pretty easy. I really need to send it back to him to take a tad out but I have worked and spent so much on the ski I think I might wait till the summer is over..

    You should really switch to rear air bro. I hear what people say so often but I had WAAY more issues with a tad of water getting in now and then with the kanaflex front setup.

    Since I switched to the guzzler and drilled the holes in my grab bar etc NO ISSUES at all.

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