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    Adjust-A-Thrust for the 250x. .8 to 1.2mph gain?

    I see on http://www.wetwolf.com/kaw/ that they are listing the 250x and one of the skis that the Adjust-A-Thrust will work on. Anyone thinking about trying it?

    Claims of .8 to 1.2MPH on 3 seater hulls it says.

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    Been around for years...seen it all Kawi-Guy's Avatar
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    He's a nice guy, but I would wait and see. I tried on on my 12F, there was no gain. I believe on the 15F you had to bore out your stock steering nozzle to get any gains while using one.
    So it doesn't work with all pumps, just some.

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    I tested the first units for the Kawisaki 1100STX and the Honda F12X. It worked great on the 1100stx but did not give any gain on the Honda. If it does work on the 250x, it's worth it.

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    I'd be happy to test it out if I could return it for a full refund if it offered no gains.

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    I think you could do that?

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    Contact Wet Wolf and see if they have made one for the 250X yet. If not, you may can get one for free by letting him use yours for the prototype. Then if it doesn't work, just put your factory cone back on.

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    I tried long ago, nice fellow, but seemed like a hobby. I see they are out now, they didn't have any shafts then. I felt it's time to ressurect since we are into season. Maybe someone will take the reigns. Here's a pic PS, it also uses a bigger bearing

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    Quote Originally Posted by earthshaker View Post
    I tried long ago, nice fellow, but seemed like a hobby. I see they are out now, they didn't have any shafts then. I felt it's time to ressurect since we are into season. Maybe someone will take the reigns. Here's a pic PS, it also uses a bigger bearing

    that only looks like a rear bearing its the front thats the problem. can you confirm.

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    checked the web site and been thinking about this even rang the master blaster for his consult, this is a crok, apart from a longer tail cone which may assist the flow of water a little there is no way you can get 1.2 mph as claimed in the web site. If someone can post honest numbers I will eat the hat of their choosing.

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    Used these when I owned Polaris 1200 SLX, and SLXH 1050 with great results. Gained a little on smooth water speed, but the best gains were in the chop. Polaris two seaters lost a lot of speed in the chop, not so much using the AAT.

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