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    Anti-cavitation cone on FZ

    I see some people running good speeds are running the anti-cavitation cones on their FZR's. Does this actually work for these skis because I know it was total junk for the GPRs!


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    It does help holeshot cavitation with a stock to stage 1 ski but won't do much in that department with higher boost setups. It also improves hookup & is good for a slight speed gain. I gained .5 on a back 2 back test with the stock cone on my SHO.

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    have a look at the tbm cone. they almost completely elliminate cavitation and increase all round performance significantly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by razzie View Post
    have a look at the tbm cone. they almost completely elliminate cavitation and increase all round performance significantly.
    I looked at it and $500 for a pump cone is insane!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yellow93 View Post
    I looked at it and $500 for a pump cone is insane!
    It's a little more than your average pump cone. Considereing how it performs $500 seems reasonable.

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    There a couple of options coming out for the guys who need a better pump on the yamaha.
    RD has a setup coming and a forum member is making a full pump setup also. Not sure when or how much but both parties guarantee elimination of cavitation and no loss of top end.

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    Anyone have any experience with the R&D pump come? It's less than $100-- wonder if it helps any....

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    the tbm definately works i got one and love it.

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    did not loose cavitation with stock prop on take off but mid range and top end where increased ,she pulls harder and added top end

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    Quote Originally Posted by dhoad View Post
    There a couple of options coming out for the guys who need a better pump on the yamaha.
    RD has a setup coming and a forum member is making a full pump setup also. Not sure when or how much but both parties guarantee elimination of cavitation and no loss of top end.
    whats this about R&D ,what other info do you have

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