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    Auto Drop Nozzle

    What will this do? Part # 165-12002


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    not much on the R12x, its got one but hand use. the F12 does not..

    I like my kit it convert's a F12x-F12 to add a manual drop nozzle.. $695 bolt on .





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    Hi "Honda",
    well, I'm considering dropping the VTS on my SeaDoo RXP for some sort of a manually activated trim system.
    Now I know that Honda seams to have one standard and I wanted to know if and how it works?
    What are your experiences with it?
    What would a Honda Kit (Grip, and cables, not the nozzle) cost when ordered from Honda directly?
    Hope you talk to me since I'm riding a RXP
    Cheers

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    Ok, the other rxp guys won't say it but I will......we are listening

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    I use all brand new OEM parts and make some extras myself to retro the kit to a F Honda ski.

    It works exactly like a Stock R Ski. That little lever locks the trim down so you don't have to hold it in if you choose. It's a nice system.

    sg

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    Shawn....have you performed any mods to the jet noozle....smaller or larger diameters, and if so, what were the results?

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    I've found the Nozzle needs to be matched to pump output PSI. If you go too small you lose thrust. Best to match your Motor HP to the pump output plus 15% restriction for a stock Honda pump.

    sg

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    Shawn.....you ought to be in politics, lol. Could you try that again? BTW, do you make reduction rings?

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    Without knowing your pump discharge PSI, I'm lost with a recommendation to your set-up.

    Currently mine is 114-121 PSI.

    That's what I'm saying.


    Sg

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