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    Stainless "sleeved" wear ring??

    This looks tempting since it eliminates the problem of a full SS ring locking onto the housing. Has anyone tried these or heard anything on them? They're being sold by pwcperformanceparts.com.

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/SeaDoo-RXP-R...item20ba71e823


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    I have used it once a long time ago.It is plastic inside with a ss ring with 2mm width.I preffer the RIVA ss wear ring,it is 100 times better than this!

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    how so? Is there a tolerance difference? Personal preference? This is also a decent bit cheaper

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    The tolerance difference was good but IMO it looks too "cheap" so I can sell it to my customers.
    Make a search and you will find a good used for that price!(I got mine used here for 100$)

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    Quote Originally Posted by mitsakosgt View Post
    The tolerance difference was good but IMO it looks too "cheap" so I can sell it to my customers.
    Make a search and you will find a good used for that price!(I got mine used here for 100$)
    thanks! I rode it once stock and have put on a X charger, riva air, 2* wedge, opas pro block off and just puchased a solas 14/17r. Noticed the plastic ring was completely trashed and the ski only has 30hrs on it. Should be fun next time it goes out. I hope there will be a big difference

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    Quote Originally Posted by imp0ster View Post
    thanks! I rode it once stock and have put on a X charger, riva air, 2* wedge, opas pro block off and just puchased a solas 14/17r. Noticed the plastic ring was completely trashed and the ski only has 30hrs on it. Should be fun next time it goes out. I hope there will be a big difference
    42lb injectors?

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    42lb injectors?
    Yes but they're not the Ford Racing injectors. They're Lucas/Delphis. Sold my green giants for a good price and had spare Lucas 42.5s from another build The Ford Racing/Green Giants/Bosch 42s that you all use are more reliable and have a better spray pattern and better PWs but these will work. I also have a AC Autotechnic boost referenced FPR from another build that I will probably use after I do some more reading on this forum.

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