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    R+D Steering nozzle for GPR

    Broke my steering nozzle last night, anyone have a spare they want to sell? R+D number 162-12000 seems to be the best option Click image for larger version. 

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    Do you want the extra length for added handling (and a speed loss) or just a metal steering nozzle? If you want just a metal one get one off an SHO, they are under $40 plus shipping from Boats.com.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yellow93 View Post
    Do you want the extra length for added handling (and a speed loss) or just a metal steering nozzle? If you want just a metal one get one off an SHO, they are under $40 plus shipping from Boats.com.
    Just really want a metal one. Didn't know I could do that you just saved me some coin! Cha-Ching, thats going twords my stock head getting cut .0024"

    Just so I am clear I looked up one for a 2010 FX-Sho Part# 6S5-R1313-01-00. I guess thats the metal one that fits my GP1200R 2000? Man what a deal!

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    Yep they are a good deal! If you had seen my post yesterday I had a brand new one for sale for $30 shipped. They will supposedly tighten up the steering some as well.

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    Yellow, How much of a speed loss are we talking? I have a pro tec, do you recommend cutting it some?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yellow93 View Post
    Yep they are a good deal! If you had seen my post yesterday I had a brand new one for sale for $30 shipped. They will supposedly tighten up the steering some as well.
    I didn't know I needed it till 8pm yesterday just broke it. If you still have one I'll take it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TX21 View Post
    I didn't know I needed it till 8pm yesterday just broke it. If you still have one I'll take it.
    No somebody already bought it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by pokplalya22 View Post
    Yellow, How much of a speed loss are we talking? I have a pro tec, do you recommend cutting it some?
    I'm not sure exactly how much it is but most people that I know that had them cut them back to stock length.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pokplalya22 View Post
    Yellow, How much of a speed loss are we talking? I have a pro tec, do you recommend cutting it some?
    I gained speed by using it and it extremely helps in choppy conditions and holeshot!! I did back to back test with SHO nozzle that was bored to same as R&D ID (Stock) and R&D, and the R&D was by far much better overall. Just depends on your setup.

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    Well, it's the Xlt protec, so I believe it's only 12mm longer, not the 20 or 50. Not sure if it would be beneficial to cut that little off..or would it?

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