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    Which adapter??

    Im having a hard time deciding on which adapter to use... I hate to compare on the forum and I know they are both GREAT adapters but that is why Im having such a hard time.... What are the pros and cons of addicteds and phillips adapters??? thanks alot guys


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    there is 3 different people make these adaptors
    there is also the original adaptor made by jay (hydrojunkie)
    and there is 2 differnt sizes 75mm and 50mm

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    which one should I use?

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    others might chime in as im not sure , they all would be realy good
    i think JD1 might make one too now i think about it

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeadooTech View Post
    Im having a hard time deciding on which adapter to use... I hate to compare on the forum and I know they are both GREAT adapters but that is why Im having such a hard time.... What are the pros and cons of addicteds and phillips adapters??? thanks alot guys
    Phillips adapter works good with ted driveshaft

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    do you guys think phillips driveshaft adapter will hold up to 15-16 psi? thanks...

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    I run 18 lbs with the larger 1800 cc SHO motor on my ski.

    But you can use my kit either with my driveshaft adapter or with a Ted's driveshaft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by philip_gpr View Post
    I run 18 lbs with the larger 1800 cc SHO motor on my ski.

    But you can use my kit either with my driveshaft adapter or with a Ted's driveshaft.
    18lbs!!!

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    That's alot of freakin power

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    I think the driveshaft is LESS important on the SHO-GPR than it is on the GPRXP. The sho shaft is larger, and more resistant to "whipping." The adapter will do fine, IMHO. The aftermarket shaft is bulletproof. You won't break that!

    The GPRXP stock Yami driveshaft might as well be made of pasta. You put a lot of power to it, over time it develops a whip in the middle, especially on the SD pump conversions. I consider this setup a requirement to run an aftermarket shaft.

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