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    RXP-X + 83mm nozzle

    Well instead of buying a prop im just going to buy a smaller nozzle and try to and get a little more speed. I have a question about the stock PX venturi. Can I just buy a 83mm nozzle and bolt it up to my stock venturi? Or, do I need to purchase a venturi for a RXP?


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    Quote Originally Posted by use2vtec View Post
    Well instead of buying a prop im just going to buy a smaller nozzle and try to and get a little more speed. I have a question about the stock PX venturi. Can I just buy a 83mm nozzle and bolt it up to my stock venturi? Or, do I need to purchase a venturi for a RXP?
    You can do that or you can place an ad in the classifieds and see if someone has one for you. That's how I got mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ocman View Post
    You can do that or you can place an ad in the classifieds and see if someone has one for you. That's how I got mine.
    What about the venturi?

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    You need an RXP 83mm venturi. I have one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by use2vtec View Post
    What about the venturi?


    Just buy a nozzle from a 215 rxp

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    I just wanted to make sure i needed both parts before ordering. Thanks guys

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    Your steering nozzle bolts to the exit nozzle thats bolts to your pump. Replace the PX exit nozzle with a P 83mm exit nozzle.

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    You will gain 2- 3 mph,you will have to bend your prop a little to get your rpm's back.

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    Thanks for clarifying for me. Im still a newb when it comes to these skis and I thought I needed a new steering nozzle as well. Thanks again!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by use2vtec View Post
    Thanks for clarifying for me. Im still a newb when it comes to these skis and I thought I needed a new steering nozzle as well. Thanks again!!
    I've been doing a butt load of testing with different impellers and rings.......you need to compare your results with similiar weather conditions.....air temps, water temps, air pressure and humidty. Do your tests on the same day for best comparisons

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