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    GTX 2002 4-Tec Limited - What is different to the standard model?

    Hi Folks!

    I have a 2002 4-Tec Limited - I'd like to know if there are any differences between the Limited and standard model? All I can see is the foot well fairings and gold trim. I'd like to know if there are differences with the engine.

    Craft model is: 5573
    Engine model is: 1503

    Additionally - the original OEM impeller was a three blade? Why are the replacement OEMs 4 blade?

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    welcome to the forum

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    hi there. there aren't many diffrences as you have pointed out yourself. they are cosmetic things. nothing to do with the engine. it just has more features. as far as the oem blade is concenrned they are4 blades. if you have a 3 blade on your machine then it is not the original.

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