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    06 rxp looking to upgrade for the hole shot

    So I juat bought my 06 a couple weeks back. It runs really well but I am sending out the SC because it has 78 hours on it and never rebuilt. Rather be safe then sorry. My question is im looking to get a quicker hole shot out of the ski. Top end is great dont get me wrong but i like to pull the ski up right off the bat. Any suggestions on upgrading I would need for this?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lostkause17 View Post
    So I juat bought my 06 a couple weeks back. It runs really well but I am sending out the SC because it has 78 hours on it and never rebuilt. Rather be safe then sorry. My question is im looking to get a quicker hole shot out of the ski. Top end is great dont get me wrong but i like to pull the ski up right off the bat. Any suggestions on upgrading I would need for this?
    Don't rebuild the supercharger put the money toward a new X charger. I did it and it makes a world of difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhjj View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Lostkause17 View Post
    So I juat bought my 06 a couple weeks back. It runs really well but I am sending out the SC because it has 78 hours on it and never rebuilt. Rather be safe then sorry. My question is im looking to get a quicker hole shot out of the ski. Top end is great dont get me wrong but i like to pull the ski up right off the bat. Any suggestions on upgrading I would need for this?
    Don't rebuild the supercharger put the money toward a new X charger. I did it and it makes a world of difference.
    What kind of upgrades do i need for the xcharger? Just the injectors?

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    Yes I did 42s if I recall. I did it about 4 years ago and no problems at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhjj View Post
    Yes I did 42s if I recall. I did it about 4 years ago and no problems at all.
    Really make that much of a difference?

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    Night and day on acceleration.

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    You can get away without the 42's if you keep the intake stock. Once you upgrade to a 3" or 4" intake you will need the 42's. You will also need either a 14/19 or 15/20 prop. I would go with a 15/20 and repitch because you will want it when you move up to the bigger intake and 42's. I've been running the setup below for about 3 years with no problem. I ride with a group that does 100 miles plus a ride and have no problem with reliability or burning too much gas. I can usually get 80-90 miles a tank if I ride at a decent pace.

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    85mm nozzle will give you a better holeshot but remove some top end. Depitch your prop to compensate

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vikesfan View Post
    You can get away without the 42's if you keep the intake stock. Once you upgrade to a 3" or 4" intake you will need the 42's. You will also need either a 14/19 or 15/20 prop. I would go with a 15/20 and repitch because you will want it when you move up to the bigger intake and 42's. I've been running the setup below for about 3 years with no problem. I ride with a group that does 100 miles plus a ride and have no problem with reliability or burning too much gas. I can usually get 80-90 miles a tank if I ride at a decent pace.
    Anyone else able to second that? I might run a X Charger with just my stock air and IC until I can buy 42's

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperCharged67 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Vikesfan View Post
    You can get away without the 42's if you keep the intake stock. Once you upgrade to a 3" or 4" intake you will need the 42's. You will also need either a 14/19 or 15/20 prop. I would go with a 15/20 and repitch because you will want it when you move up to the bigger intake and 42's. I've been running the setup below for about 3 years with no problem. I ride with a group that does 100 miles plus a ride and have no problem with reliability or burning too much gas. I can usually get 80-90 miles a tank if I ride at a decent pace.
    Anyone else able to second that? I might run a X Charger with just my stock air and IC until I can buy 42's
    I have read that others have done it, but i did the 42s right away.

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