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    bone stock rxp, rpm and speed question?

    hey guys got a little over 10 hours on my 06 rxp and this past weekend i took it out and with the gps i was able to get 67.2mph at 8020 rpm. just wondering how my numbers are for a stock rxp? and then my next question is, after my 10 hour service will i see an increase in those numbers at all like i have been told by some people?
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    Biotch better have my money rain or shine LiquidDI's Avatar
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    sounds right on. Mine stock was running the same rpms at 68mph.

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    those are good numbers for summer heat...you will pick up about 150 rpms in cooler weather (less than 75, no humidty) and get closer upper 8100's, and about another mph or two...

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    Right on target!

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    While were on this I have an 07 RXP with about 17 hours on it. The most RPM's I am seeing is 7920 at 67.5MPH. How do I get my RPM's where there supposed to be. I pumped some oil out to bring it around where it needs to be and that wasnt the problem. Water temps I am running in is 73-78 and air temp is 78-82.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJRXP View Post
    While were on this I have an 07 RXP with about 17 hours on it. The most RPM's I am seeing is 7920 at 67.5MPH. How do I get my RPM's where there supposed to be. I pumped some oil out to bring it around where it needs to be and that wasnt the problem. Water temps I am running in is 73-78 and air temp is 78-82.
    add a riva stage I with out the wedge & a rr s/c fan or take a little pitch off ur prop i would go 4 the s/c fan & stage I

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJRXP View Post
    While were on this I have an 07 RXP with about 17 hours on it. The most RPM's I am seeing is 7920 at 67.5MPH. How do I get my RPM's where there supposed to be. I pumped some oil out to bring it around where it needs to be and that wasnt the problem. Water temps I am running in is 73-78 and air temp is 78-82.
    The 07's seem to be turning less rpm's than the previous year ski's. Not sure of the reason. maybe a taller pitch on the prop?

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    I haven't seen more than 7800rpm, running in 90+ air and 80+ water...

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    Quote Originally Posted by RXP Steve View Post
    The 07's seem to be turning less rpm's than the previous year ski's. Not sure of the reason. maybe a taller pitch on the prop?
    Sounds like your right, see following thread just posted:

    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=27577

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