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    94 SLT 750 top speed

    Alright so my SLT I just bought I was told top speed on GPS was 50.1. Had it out today MFD read 45 so I'm guessing 42 actual or so. what should I look for?

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    What you have is probably right for a stock ski. Thats all my friend's 95 SLT 750 will do. But it jumps out of the hole like crazy. What RPM's are you seeing? I think 6200-6300 is right for that ski.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BryanP View Post
    What you have is probably right for a stock ski. Thats all my friend's 95 SLT 750 will do. But it jumps out of the hole like crazy. What RPM's are you seeing? I think 6200-6300 is right for that ski.
    Not sure. Rpms are wrong need to put in new LR module. Got an LR-23 will let you know when I install it. Hopefully that fixes it.

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    My recently rebuilt (8 hours) 94 SLT750 tops out between 45-47 MFD, just under 6200 rpm. 6200-6300 is right.

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    6250-6300 is the limit. My slt does 48-50 on the MFD with OP flame arrestors on it and my sl did 50. At wot expect to see 6250 all the time with a lil chance of seeing 6300.

    The sl has trim where the slt doesn't. you have to get the ski to balance just right on the slt to get it flying, youll know, because it will rise a lil when you are in the butter zone.(keeping it perfectly balanced). it jumps on plane instantly.. 2 seconds and your on gone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bowsniper View Post
    6250-6300 is the limit. My slt does 48-50 on the MFD with OP flame arrestors on it and my sl did 50. At wot expect to see 6250 all the time with a lil chance of seeing 6300.

    The sl has trim where the slt doesn't. you have to get the ski to balance just right on the slt to get it flying, youll know, because it will rise a lil when you are in the butter zone.(keeping it perfectly balanced). it jumps on plane instantly.. 2 seconds and your on gone.
    Ah okay. I'm putting in a new LR today see if that fixes me RPM reading problems( ya know its not right when at idle it says 1,700 and when you rev it goes to 0). Uhhh lol so ill see how that goes. Also I will also be putting Trim on the ski. And OP FA's with a 102.5 jet

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