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    what's the difference between ET15LBS AND ET16LBS in mph

    What do anybody recomend for my rxtx


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    We need more info...but it doesn't matter what SC you have, its all on the whole package setup...

    Someone can have a 15# unit setup for top end, while a 16# could be a closed course racer....the 15# could have more top end, but the 16# would out accelerate it....

    So it all depends on setup...

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    I would say no matter what setup you have, the difference in one lb of boost will be minimal in mph.

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    One pound is roughly equal to 10 horsepower. Not much difference on the water, but more power is more power!

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    You Honda has 12 pounds of boost that's adorable my jet ski has 18

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