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    Brendans gtx185 Build with et127

    Hey guys, I know many aren't fussed on the 185 but it's what I purchased before knowing I'd get right into skis. It's used for just about everything, family rides to the islands, fishing, offshore runs and wave jumping.

    So far I've fitted an r&d grate, 4inch kanaflex sno-bend style with plumbed breather and velocity stack, rad4 mani spacer, removed flame aresstor, metal pump and Solas 13/21. Best speed to date of 65.8 on the limiter sittting ducked on the seat. It also has hydroturf and a diva finger throttle.

    As its almost charger rebuild time, figured I may as well do a wheel at the same time. Have now got a few bits to install ; et127 wheel (thanks jerry), innovate lm2, o2 bunged j pipe intercooler and rxp reg (thanks hotbird), charger rebuild kit, and a Rude fuel controller.

    Just pulled the charger and removed the secondary waterbox charger will get a rebuild and the wheel at work tomorrow. Gonna run it without intercooler this weekend at least so I can still ride, as I need a bracket.


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    These are all as it sits now in pieces.

    Big thanks to all the guys with modded skis on here that have forced me to spend cash on this thing out of jealousy

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    Let's see who can get there ski going faster quicker

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    Brendan,

    My turbo rxt was built in clontarf by the "guru" if anyone can make these hulls haul ass and in a rec riding style, i would not take it anywhere else!!


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    These are all as it sits now in pieces.

    Big thanks to all the guys with modded skis on here that have forced me to spend cash on this thing out of jealousy

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    Does he do ride plate mods? That and an adjustable pump come is probably the only other things I'll be doing to it, need it to be better in large chop.

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    I'm interested in your build and findings on AFR?
    R u expecting the OEM injectors to work? (Not saying they want)
    Can't say I've seen results with a 127 wheel on 185 ecu.
    I had a 185 with basic mods and xs ic and ran right at 67 mph.
    With the 127 I wonder were will shake out?
    Obviously your going to need more prop.

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    Will let you know this arvo if everything goes to plan. Just finishing up a couple of jobs at work then it's charger time. I'm hoping with the 58psi reg the stock injectors will be OK. If it takes too much adjustnent with the rude ill throw some 42s in it to be safe. Prop has -2 on it at the moment, gonna chuck a new wear ring on and pitch it back to standard this afternoon.

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    ive run the 127 wheel for a while.. you will need 42lbs injectors for it.. stock reg will be ok and a 15/20 pitched prop.. I have results in my build thread

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    He is ruining 185 ecu and gear.
    Will be interesting what injectors will be needed and what pitch prop will keep him off the limiter. 7650 rpm

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