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    GTR with ET 127--WHOA!!!!

    Just got my stock charger rebuilt with 134 hours on it. Slip was perfect and was in great shape. This was with mainly ocean riding on it. I had it rebuilt with OEM parts and threw in the ET 127 mm wheel. I didn't have time to get it dialed in yet and repitch the prop etc. but just in testing alone I gained 4 mphs and around 400 rpms (estimating rpms)!!! A day here is south Florida with the heat and all I was seeing 69/70 mph. In same weather with the ET 127 I was hitting 73/74. It wanted to go faster but I had to watch my rpms (stock valve train). It pulls like a mother and is scary fast. You can feel the lightness of the GTR when it skips across the water. Mods are in my sig except the new OEM intake grate is not trued to my hull and I added the Lucky 13 pump cone and ported my exit nozzle to 86.5 mm. Its amazing that this "little" wheel packs such a huge punch!! Now time to add pitch to the prop to bring the rpms down a lil, hopefully gain some more speed. Glad I did alot of reading between the X charger and ET wheel very happy!!
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    Sounds awesome mate! Good work. Any videos?

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    Yeah the ET 127 is a great wheel ...

    I tested against the X wheel and the A X LES COOKE wheel and the ET still comes out on front ...

    it has a unique sound to it and runs better with a rear air pod ... Has the best mid range...

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    wow man nice! i so want to mod my GTR just no extra funds to actually do it LOL.

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    I pounded this wheel to the ground when it was released. Great wheel

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    So the ET127 and 42's?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sea-one View Post
    So the ET127 and 42's?
    Yes. I did this to a previous 04 RXP and it was an excellent wheel, grab some throttle at 5K and it pulls like crazy.

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    How would this work with a stock manifold IC?

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    That's what I'm using, +8375 Vtech, 48 injectors - log with CMD

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    So 48's not 42's?

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