Thread: extended nozzle
07-29-2007, 10:58 PM #1
Here is a nozzle I extended using 6061-t6 , I did this at the request of a buddy who states that it will be good for drag racing , its for an ultra 150 and is untested , we will test this month , if it dont work we can always get out the ol hack saw.....anyone ever done this or seen it??? if it works for the kawasaki it should work for the yamaha.............
07-30-2007, 01:28 AM #2
Yea, some people use the R&D nozzle. They say it makes the turning different, different in a good way though. Not sure about the gain but R&D says this...
R&D's new Hydro Force Steering Nozzle for the GPR is a direct replacement nozzle. The new lengthened design delivers a full 1 MPH speed gain over stock. The adjustable pivot point position improves the turning radius allowing you to carve tighter turns with a more positive feel. Improved performance through speed, acceleration and handling.
This R&D one is better just for the reason it is metal IMO. I think over the winter I will buy this R&D one. Don't want it cracking or blowing up on me next summer when I am running 80
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