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    RXPX Nozzle Clarification

    I searched a number of threads but found no definitive answer. Are you guys changing both the venturi and steering nozzle to stock RXP, or one or the other? Riva calls there's a pro reduction nozzle, but based on OEM terminology it's really the venturi. Some guys say they use a 83mm nozzle, WTF are you really talking about. Its either the venturi or steering nozzle. Thanks


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    The venturi exit nozzle is the one we are talking about all the time. The steering nozzles are the exact same on both skis.

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    Thank you
    Quote Originally Posted by jp1300r View Post
    The venturi exit nozzle is the one we are talking about all the time. The steering nozzles are the exact same on both skis.

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    Shouldn't you always keep your steering nozzle 5mm larger than venturi nozzle for best performance?

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