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    good problems to have!

    Got our RXT turning a riva 15/19r 3blade 8500. I need a nozzle kit with 3 rings. any offers!


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    I am shooting for the same thing in my RXT.
    What mods are you running to spin that prop to 8500Rpm?

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    Quote Originally Posted by xenonx View Post
    I am shooting for the same thing in my RXT.
    What mods are you running to spin that prop to 8500Rpm?
    Yea, i will like to know as well, since the best peak rpms i was able to do with this same prop @ WOT was 8350 rpms with the stock 83mm ring, but all my testing is done in over 90 deg air and salt water.

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    rr racing ecu, rotax fan, rotax ic, 15/19.5 3blade rive, custom intake, wedge, thru hull. our own spring upgrade for the head. riva sponsons, riva blockoffs,

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    Quote Originally Posted by beachboy66 View Post
    rr racing ecu, rotax fan, rotax ic, 15/19.5 3blade rive, custom intake, wedge, thru hull. our own spring upgrade for the head. riva sponsons, riva blockoffs,
    How about weather conditions?? Fresh or salt water?? just for comparison purpose, thanks

    Ray

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    Quote Originally Posted by beachboy66 View Post
    rr racing ecu, rotax fan, rotax ic, 15/19.5 3blade rive, custom intake, wedge, thru hull. our own spring upgrade for the head. riva sponsons, riva blockoffs,
    So....you are running RR Race ECU with RR SC. What injectors are you running and are you running a fuel controller to control proper A/F through the RPM range?

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    42's and fresh water 83degrees high humidity

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    Good job,,
    Your old Nozzle set is working out great.

    Just kidding. I hope you find one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beachboy66 View Post
    42's and fresh water 83degrees high humidity
    I knew it (FRESH) water, thats why this ski is spining this prop to 8500 rpms with the stock 83mm exit nozzle, thanks for the info.

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