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    R-Rated nozzle

    New part from R-Rated. Pump outlet that can be adjusted with stainless rings. They give you 3 rings with the nozzle but offer many sizes to adjust it to your own preferances. Smaller ring for more top end or larger for more acceleration. $289.00
    Anyone tried this yet?
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    Jimmy, It will be installed next week and I will letcha know what i come up with....also you can take mine for a spin when we decide which day works out better to meet up at the lake. Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mykull View Post
    Jimmy, It will be installed next week and I will letcha know what i come up with....also you can take mine for a spin when we decide which day works out better to meet up at the lake. Mike
    What nozzles did you select?

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    Quote Originally Posted by earthshaker View Post
    What nozzles did you select?
    78mm, 80mm and 84mm, the original one is 82ish. Have measured 3 different skis, and all of us are + or - the 82mm, so much for quality control.

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    Very interested to see how this does. Keep us posted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mykull View Post
    78mm, 80mm and 84mm, the original one is 82ish. Have measured 3 different skis, and all of us are + or - the 82mm, so much for quality control.
    Please report on the quality and take close up pictures of how the ring is sucured to the nozzle. It looks like set screws would be the most probable. I am interested if set screws are utilized, how much meat the screws have to grab hold of.

    Thx! and hope it works out!!!! It would seem you have good selection of rings. It's nice too thar they offer 3 rings with it.

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    So thisss is the nozzle you were talking about Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by NateGP1300R View Post
    So thisss is the nozzle you were talking about Mike
    Nate, Yep..now off to the lake. Mike

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    I was wondering if nozzles would be included with the purchase. hmmm interesting. Looking forward to results to see what happens with the larger and smaller rings.

    Isn't 78 a big drop from the stock size at -4mm?

    What happens if you choose all the wrong sizes.... do you get to send the 3 you choose back and pick 3 more? For the price it would be nice to be able to really fine tune the 3 you get with some trial and error without having to buy additional rings at 3 each. Either that or Rudy can tell us what the upper and lower limit produces on a stock ski and on a ski with airbox and exhaust modded and that way buyers can make some better assestments as to which rings to get.

    It would be great if you can see if there are any increases and decreases in max rpms as a gauge as well.


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    I am gonna put money on this mod. I'm gonna bet the report comes back favorable and this is gonna sell like hotcakes. There is also gonna be one happy cnc operator.

    The machining looks nice too. R-rated, are you using stainless pipe as blanks for the rings? 30X? or 31X? Do you think were gonna hear about rings at the bottom of the lake or are they held in there with kryptonite?

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