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    great day on the water,NEW SPEED 72.8

    Just got of the water with my friend edwin and posted a new speed for me.72.8,air temp 82,water temp 68,3 bars of fuel ,superman ,rpms 8100 to 8150 .want 73.0 ,I need to do a couple more things and I am there,YESSSS
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    73

    ditch the 4 inch intake and do a rear setup

    many have gained 100rpm and almost 1mph

    i guess you would have to repitch the prop as well

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    nice numbers

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    Mike, how do you like the handling with the RE blockoffs?

    Great numbers by the way



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    damn good number i'm getting close to it

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    Awesome speeds Mike. Wow. I need to get some flow rites in there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIGGS View Post
    ditch the 4 inch intake and do a rear setup

    many have gained 100rpm and almost 1mph

    i guess you would have to repitch the prop as well

    Do you have any good ideas for a safe, rear setup? This is an RXT!

    -Brendan

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    REAR AIR

    I Have An Rxp

    I Just Took A 4 Inch Diam. Piece Of Aluminum Pipe And Stuffed It Into The Stock Vent Tube (which I Cut Off About Six Inches Of) Use A Heat Gun To Make It Fit.

    Then Just Attatch About 16 Inches Of Hose To The Rxpblast Adapter And You Are Done


    I Have To Install Flo Rites Tonight Will Take Some Pics

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    The Rxt's don't have that air vent in the rear. Sadly. I run the Riva rear air intake on my rxp already. Works great.

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    the re's block offs are money well spent.if you don"t have them get them there are the best .Going to do something today with my air intake ,so hold on for more speed!I want 73.0 may be tomorrow will see,more testing,keep looking for more speed!

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