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    Question Sea-Doo Nozzle Modifications...

    I want to get some knowledge about Nozzles to Set Up my RXT-X RS 2009 model!
    Now I see big difference from brand to brand, lets see 4 aftermarket Nozzles:

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    So one big difference I see besides the Shapes, Lengths and Ring sizes is this! As we can see the first 2 have "Straight Blades" inside the Nozzles and the next brands photo 3 and 4 they don't have any. What is best type for maximum power and performance ??


    My RXT-X has an amazing stock Nozzle with "Straight Blades" and I prefer it from aftermarket Nozzles, If I remove the "Blades" from the stock, will I get better performance ??


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    TTT . . .

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    you get no difference if the nozzle has veins (blades) or not...the only difference is that the nozzles without veins
    you can use them in racing pumps (16veins-14veins-12veins).

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    Quote Originally Posted by sp_RXP_GR View Post
    you get no difference if the nozzle has veins (blades) or not...the only difference is that the nozzles without veins
    you can use them in racing pumps (16veins-14veins-12veins).
    I know that but I really think that there are differences.. I'm interested to put that no blade Nozzle in stock pump.. What result are we going to have ??

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    The Riva nozzle is designed to only work with the 10 vane factory pump. With less vanes than aftermarket pumps the vanes in the nozzle help straighten the water exiting the nozzle into a more consistant flow. The other nozzles are designed to work with pumps that have 12, 14, 16 vanes. They're not going to have a nozzle to suit every different number of vaned pump. The Riva vaned nozzle will work best with the factory pump with 10 vanes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RXP244 View Post
    The Riva nozzle is designed to only work with the 10 vane factory pump. With less vanes than aftermarket pumps the vanes in the nozzle help straighten the water exiting the nozzle into a more consistant flow. The other nozzles are designed to work with pumps that have 12, 14, 16 vanes. They're not going to have a nozzle to suit every different number of vaned pump. The Riva vaned nozzle will work best with the factory pump with 10 vanes.
    Now I start to understand.. Thank you!

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    What is the benefit of more vanes in the pump compared to stock? less swirl in the water coming from the pump?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ironman_gq View Post
    What is the benefit of more vanes in the pump compared to stock? less swirl in the water coming from the pump?
    In the pump or in the nozzle???

    More vanes in the pump more pressure(I think),the vanes in the nozzle help straighten the water exiting the nozzle into a more consistant flow,as RXP 244 stated before!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ironman_gq View Post
    What is the benefit of more vanes in the pump compared to stock? less swirl in the water coming from the pump?
    More vanes= better acceleration....Less vanes= better top end....

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