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    Utlra 250X exit nozzle

    Could the lip of the exit nozzle be contributing to keeping the nose down as well? There is a overhang on the stock exit nozzle across the top that protudes about 3/4".

    Am I just reaching or is this a possibility?


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    Sure that could affect the thrust attitude. Just like the pump wedge helps lift the nose so could shaving that lip. I wonder what the purpose of it is?

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    I think the purpose is to prevent water from inadvertently shooting into the reverse bucket when it comes out of the nozzle. I'd leave it alone.

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    Had not noticed before but R-Rated does not have it on theirs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhorne1053 View Post


    Had not noticed before but R-Rated does not have it on theirs.
    That`s a pic of the pump outlet housing, not the steering nozzle...

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    Just ask me how foot in the mouth taste? I glanced over it and posted. Sorry guys I screwed up again.

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    While we are on this subject has any one tried it yet? If it does not increase rpm's I don't know if it will help any or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhorne1053 View Post
    While we are on this subject has any one tried it yet? If it does not increase rpm's I don't know if it will help any or not.
    We will know tonight i suspect. Another menber has it and will be posting....stay tuned. I won't name him or steal any thunder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cue03 View Post
    Could the lip of the exit nozzle be contributing to keeping the nose down as well? There is a overhang on the stock exit nozzle across the top that protudes about 3/4".

    Am I just reaching or is this a possibility?

    Can you send a pic?

    Wayne

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