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    Question What Pump Set Up?

    09 Fzr, R3, E1, ect....

    Can't decide what kind of pump set up, like to run bouys once in while, maybe do an enduro someday.


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    Best of the best? Rotax Racing pump!

    If you want to stick with the stock pump then go with the 160 mm wear ring, Skat 13/21 160mm (depending on your target RPM) and a TBM pump cone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    Best of the best? Rotax Racing pump!

    If you want to stick with the stock pump then go with the 160 mm wear ring, Skat 13/21 160mm (depending on your target RPM) and a TBM pump cone.
    Jerry how much top speed loss have you seen with the 160mm setup?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yellow93 View Post
    Jerry how much top speed loss have you seen with the 160mm setup?
    Loss??
    None I gained speed and so has every other Fzr that I've installed a 160mm setup on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    Best of the best? Rotax Racing pump!

    If you want to stick with the stock pump then go with the 160 mm wear ring, Skat 13/21 160mm (depending on your target RPM) and a TBM pump cone.
    +1 Also the Rotax will hold up much longer then the stock pump. Veins tend to get blown out of OEM on high power applications but can be managed to a point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bakatare View Post
    09 Fzr, R3, E1, ect....

    Can't decide what kind of pump set up, like to run bouys once in while, maybe do an enduro someday.
    The new R&D Racing Pump is on it's way. It is a 14 vein setback pump with adjustable cone. It will come with everything ready to install ie: extended billet shaft, 160mm wear ring, 160mm prop, stator, bearings and seals and adjustable cone. It will retail for $3495. Not sure what you are looking to spend but from what I hear, this is supposed to be a sweet setup for high horsepower and/or racing skies in closed course.
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    with the E1 and R3 it would not be a bad idea to try the new solas dual prop that has came out, might be worth it before spending the money on a complete pump

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetpilot785 View Post
    The new R&D Racing Pump is on it's way. It is a 14 vein setback pump with adjustable cone. It will come with everything ready to install ie: extended billet shaft, 160mm wear ring, 160mm prop, stator, bearings and seals and adjustable cone. It will retail for $3495. Not sure what you are looking to spend but from what I hear, this is supposed to be a sweet setup for high horsepower and/or racing skies in closed course.
    Sweetttt but damm thats some $$$$$ right there

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yellow93 View Post
    Jerry how much top speed loss have you seen with the 160mm setup?
    I don't know where people get the info that a 160mm prop/wear ring is slower and cost you speed. This 160mm prop is just as fast as a 155mm "IF" you get the prop pitched correctly to your target rpms. The reason some guys posted it was slower was they never reached there desired rpms. Most guys tried to use the same pitch props as in a 155 and that pitch was too tall. The benefit of a 160 is that it's just as fast and has better hole shot/ hook up ( less cavation on take off) and has good top speed if done correctly. Tommy Jordan

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    Wow I had heard people say they lost a couple mph up top with these... I guess I might need to look into one.

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