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    twin prop and pump vein blowouts?

    i will be running with a twin prop, and will i still have pump vein blow out?
    when running a regular skat with the r2/c3 the oem stator blew out 3 veins.
    i plan on running the same stator to see if all 6 veins blow or not, with a twin prop.


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    I don't understand.

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    with his scat prop he cavi burned the veins out of his pump. will he have the same problem with his twin prop?

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    i beleive the people braking the veins was because of cavitation or they set back the prop too much, also if you have alot of horsepower you can easily break the veins of clean even if no cavitation from a rolling start..

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    Quote Originally Posted by 305coco View Post
    i beleive the people braking the veins was because of cavitation or they set back the prop too much, also if you have alot of horsepower you can easily break the veins of clean even if no cavitation from a rolling start..
    what is considered alot of horsepower?
    maybe i should do a survey of how many peeps are still using the oem stator wit a c5/e1 wheel?
    hydrotoys has a thread how he filed his stator with the "blowout" issue.
    i would prefer not to be in a position to need a magnum pump after getting a twin prop.
    i do not think the tbm cone is a solution either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike H View Post
    with his scat prop he cavi burned the veins out of his pump. will he have the same problem with his twin prop?
    thanks mr. habel, maybe i threw to much info, to fast, on this thread
    i have heard of some with a motec/e1/skat 160mm pump adding
    a twin prop for better hookup !

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    Your pump is fried and only will get worse with a twin prop. You need stainless steel, more veins and a pump reinforcement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlos Thomas View Post
    Your pump is fried and only will get worse with a twin prop. You need stainless steel, more veins and a pump reinforcement.
    i will get a skat pump when the oem stator veins are completely gone.
    when i get the magnum i would not go more than 8 veins with a 155mm pump.
    more veins = less top speed.

    carlos= let me try yours since your ski is collecting dust in your garage.

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    [QUOTE=gordon lasiter #328;1633827]what is considered alot of horsepower?
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    jim blew out his pump on his conversion without even holeshoting, i beleibe he was running an E1 and a reflased ecu, it will take a little more power on a SHO or FZ .

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    Quote Originally Posted by db2540 View Post
    I don't understand.
    here is a pic of what i mean by pump blowout
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