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    C5 "drop in" wheel

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ID:	258259I am selling a C5 "drop in" wheel, this has less than 10 hours of use on it.
    asking: $400.00 shipped domestic


    R&D YAMAHA C5 MONSTER WHEEL SHO/FZ ENGINES
    $619.95

    The new “drop-in” R&D C5 Monster Compressor Wheel and Exducer Seal Plate Kit installs directly into the OEM supercharger without any modification. The new C5 delivers “horsepower you can feel” with instant throttle response, aggressively improved low and mid range acceleration, and intensified top end performance. The new C5 features a light weight, high flow, 8 blade design with 8 supporting splitter veins and an increased exducer diameter over stock. R&D’s large exducer diameter and aggressive blade design is the key to improving CFM airflow volume throughout the RPM range. The oversized exducer diameter increases the size of the supercharger by enhancing air pumping volume and efficiency. The C5 out performs any OEM sized compressor wheel in its boost pressure classification. After all, its airflow volume gains that increase horsepower.
    The R&D Monster Wheel Kit produces 4.5-5 pound per minute airflow gain with a solid 15-16 pounds of boost pressure @ 8400-8500 rpm, 17+ @ 8700-8850 rpm. The new drop-in R&D C5 also offers superior off throttle surge reduction over other 15-16 pound boost wheels.
    The new R&D C5 series compressor wheels offer the highest levels of airflow and horsepower gains available for the 1.8L Yamaha engine in the 15-17 pound boost range. A properly tuned C5 set up (with supporting modifications) can produce well over 325 horsepower.
    In addition, no other rotating group on the market is lighter or more powerful than the new C5 Monster Wheel combined with the R&D Billet Supercharger Shaft. In sum, the R&D C5 Monster Wheel and Shaft weighs less, has less surge, rockets to 80 in less seconds, and carves through corners in less time than any other wheel and shaft in its class. Hit the throttle, hang on and discover the astounding sensation that’s called Power!
    •Model: 612-25005
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    What do you think of this wheel Gordon?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5001craig View Post
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    What do you think of this wheel Gordon?
    i do like it, i just want more boost at lower rpms. i did not expierence any flutter with it. with the twin prop i was turning 8650 rpms with the oem exit nozzle, with a rev. limiter @ 8750. i was concerned about being on the rev. limiter with the riva adjustable exit nozzle.
    i am on the fence as to the C8 or the C19.

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    Price adjusted to $425.00 shipped domestic

    I am open to offers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gordon lasiter #328 View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by gordon lasiter #328 View Post
    I am open to offers.
    BUMP !

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    Quote Originally Posted by gordon lasiter #328 View Post
    i do like it, i just want more boost at lower rpms. i did not expierence any flutter with it. with the twin prop i was turning 8650 rpms with the oem exit nozzle, with a rev. limiter @ 8750. i was concerned about being on the rev. limiter with the riva adjustable exit nozzle.
    i am on the fence as to the C8 or the C19.
    "Offers?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by gordon lasiter #328 View Post
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ID:	258259I am selling a C5 "drop in" wheel, this has less than 10 hours of use on it.
    asking: $400.00 shipped domestic


    R&D YAMAHA C5 MONSTER WHEEL SHO/FZ ENGINES
    $619.95

    The new “drop-in” R&D C5 Monster Compressor Wheel and Exducer Seal Plate Kit installs directly into the OEM supercharger without any modification. The new C5 delivers “horsepower you can feel” with instant throttle response, aggressively improved low and mid range acceleration, and intensified top end performance. The new C5 features a light weight, high flow, 8 blade design with 8 supporting splitter veins and an increased exducer diameter over stock. R&D’s large exducer diameter and aggressive blade design is the key to improving CFM airflow volume throughout the RPM range. The oversized exducer diameter increases the size of the supercharger by enhancing air pumping volume and efficiency. The C5 out performs any OEM sized compressor wheel in its boost pressure classification. After all, its airflow volume gains that increase horsepower.
    The R&D Monster Wheel Kit produces 4.5-5 pound per minute airflow gain with a solid 15-16 pounds of boost pressure @ 8400-8500 rpm, 17+ @ 8700-8850 rpm. The new drop-in R&D C5 also offers superior off throttle surge reduction over other 15-16 pound boost wheels.
    The new R&D C5 series compressor wheels offer the highest levels of airflow and horsepower gains available for the 1.8L Yamaha engine in the 15-17 pound boost range. A properly tuned C5 set up (with supporting modifications) can produce well over 325 horsepower.
    In addition, no other rotating group on the market is lighter or more powerful than the new C5 Monster Wheel combined with the R&D Billet Supercharger Shaft. In sum, the R&D C5 Monster Wheel and Shaft weighs less, has less surge, rockets to 80 in less seconds, and carves through corners in less time than any other wheel and shaft in its class. Hit the throttle, hang on and discover the astounding sensation that’s called Power!
    •Model: 612-25005

    I lowered the price to $400.00 shipped domestic

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