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    R&D anti cavitation cone question

    First do you like it? is it worth it? and can i still use the .2 spacer that i have already on my stock cone? or do you recommend it... thanks guys


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    anti cavitation

    Quote Originally Posted by sea-one View Post
    First do you like it? is it worth it? and can i still use the .2 spacer that i have already on my stock cone? or do you recommend it... thanks guys
    i used them with and without spacers and didn't notice a thing. i gave them to gusletter and he too did get anything out of them. i would not waste my money on them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sea-one View Post
    First do you like it? is it worth it? and can i still use the .2 spacer that i have already on my stock cone? or do you recommend it... thanks guys
    I had the R&D Anticavitation cone with the biggest spacer there is on my turbo boat and I loved it. Maybe it just depends on your set-up and the type of horsepower you are pushing around. All I know is that for me it worked wonders. That is just my 2 cents.

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    Where are you buying the spacers and do they work with the R and D cone in the store?

    Any affect on rpm when running the spacers?

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    I bought them directly from r&d and there was no side effect on the rpm range , it just took care of my cavitation on take off and mid range

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    Sounds like its a spacer-specific issue (?)....as in without a spacer, maybe the cone is just too short to affect the exiting water, yet with a spacer the cone is made "longer" and therefore is situated "in the way of" the exiting water ---> producing an affect....apparently a positive one.
    I think we need more guys who have used a spacer to post up I'd like to try this cone if there's enough reason that it does work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sea-one View Post
    First do you like it? is it worth it? and can i still use the .2 spacer that i have already on my stock cone? or do you recommend it... thanks guys
    R&D Anti-cavitation cone works good, with spacers or without spacers in ONLY RXP models.
    For RXP-X models, if you have cavitation you can verify others solutions but I don't recommend this R&D Anti-cavitation for RXP-X.

    You can use this R&D product in RXP (all models), RXT (all models), RXT-X up to 2009 and RXP-X up to 2009. 2010 and more new models have not the same bolts position on pump cone.

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    Do you guys reccomend the .200 or .350 spacer?
    No more then the cost i may try a spacer.
    I have the cone but have not ran it on my RXP.
    I ran it on my T-X.

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    good replies and info guys thanks,skoepp i see your in WEST tx just south of me,..i have a 215 rxp and the .2 spacer helped it on the holeshot and am very pleased but i wanted to know from the pro tester guys here to see if the cone addition was worth it.

    polka fest is approaching

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    Quote Originally Posted by sea-one View Post
    good replies and info guys thanks,skoepp i see your in WEST tx just south of me,..i have a 215 rxp and the .2 spacer helped it on the holeshot and am very pleased but i wanted to know from the pro tester guys here to see if the cone addition was worth it.

    polka fest is approaching
    I'm not from the city "WEST" Tx.

    I'm In west Texas in the pan handle.
    About 350 miles west - north west of you located in Lubbock.

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