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    Thumbs up New intake grate in market for 250x

    JSU Racing Ultra 250 intake grates $338.95

    http://www.jetskiunlimited.com/pc-441-22-product.aspx
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    It's a lot more expensive than the Riva grate but their website says it's stainless. Diablo- you gonna give it a try?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beagleman62 View Post
    It's a lot more expensive than the Riva grate but their website says it's stainless. Diablo- you gonna give it a try?
    No,It is more expensive i will wait for Rive.

    Rive : $ 130
    R&D : $ 195
    JSU : $ 339
    worx : ???

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    More and more things are popping up everyday. By this time next year we should have all these different options figured out as to what really does work for the basic rec rider vs. what is for competition etc. Right now it is all guess work and someone will need to pony up funds to do the true testing of the multitude of combinations for these parts to work in.

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    If the JSU is in fact, stainless, that should make it easily worth the higher price. Is it worth risking life and limb on a cheap, porous cast aluminum grate? I think not.


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    I am ordering today - will pair it with the Riva Rideplate
    (whenever that comes in)

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    I looks even more aggressive than a standard scoop grate. The riva only has one scoop this one has 2.... I am guessing it will slow you down even more than say the Riva or the R&D.

    What do you guys think?

    Curtis

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    Not necessarily. More "blades" can in fact, block more water to the intact tract, which in effect unloads the pump more.

    Change your angles, add/subtract water.

    Change the length, add/subtract water.

    Change your rear loading ramp, add/subtract water.

    PLUS, depending on how you design each piece, with the SPECIFIC hull you are working with, then you can have a "high speed" grate, or a "closed course" grate.

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