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    I'm adding an 83 mm nozzle and 15/22 impellar... Can't wait to try it..

    I'm adding an 83 mm nozzle and 15/22 impellar... Can't wait to try it..

    So here is what my ski will have... So far... Any ideas of what you think it will do for speed???

    83mm nozzle (Stock from 06 rxp)
    15/22R Solas
    R&D grate
    4 inch Fizzle
    Fizzle catch can


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    Quote Originally Posted by RipNSki View Post
    I'm adding an 83 mm nozzle and 15/22 impellar... Can't wait to try it..

    So here is what my ski will have... So far... Any ideas of what you think it will do for speed???

    83mm nozzle (Stock from 06 rxp)
    15/22R Solas
    R&D grate
    4 inch Fizzle
    Fizzle catch can


    Ripper
    I'd be guessing 75ish. Depending on how hot and humid your area is, you might find that you have a little too much prop, especially with the 83mm nozzle.

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    Yeah, I know I may not hit my best numbers til it cools down a little here in MN...

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    It is really hot around here now... I'm hoping I can spin it 7900 +... that would make it just about perfect in cool weather I"m thinking... If I could pull 75+ in the heat I would be really happy... My next mod is going to be a SF rideplate... (just can't seem to find one around though...) I"m also thinking of having SF repitch my stock prop also to see if I could get a bit more out of it...

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    73-74 with GOOD conditions.

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    I'm doing 73-74 now with out the nozzle and prop... So I'm hoping 75 -76 in teh heat...

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    73-75mph, based on how mine went.

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    Just spoke to my mechanic... He will have it done tomorrow.. I plan to take it out and test it Saturday morning rain or shine...

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    Quote Originally Posted by monaroman76 View Post
    I'd be guessing 75ish. Depending on how hot and humid your area is, you might find that you have a little too much prop, especially with the 83mm nozzle.

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    Send your impeller to Erik at www.speedfreeksracing.com in Brooklyn, NY. The man is a genius!


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    I actually just got off the phone with Eric... He advised to do some testing with my current set-up and figure out what needs I have from there... I do plan on sending the stock prop to him to have him do the set back mod to it... It will be nice to have a spare around... He said I should see about 1.5 mph to 2mph increase going to the solas prop... My goal for this year is to be above 75mph... Then over winter put a SF plate on and maybe IC or Mini Rude SC...

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    Sounds like your doing a bit better than I am so far

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