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    14/20 dynafly

    I have been looking for a better prop for a while now and I finally settled on the 14/20 dynafly on my stock ski after talking to a few shops and now the ski wont get past 6000 rpms at full throttle, I am now getting feed back that i need more upgrades to get the full potential out of this prop, or should i just go with a 13/19?? I am looking for the most takeoff for wavejumping !! did i waste my money on this 14/20??


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    what ski?
    what year
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    Quote Originally Posted by bsmith45 View Post
    I have been looking for a better prop for a while now and I finally settled on the 14/20 dynafly on my stock ski after talking to a few shops and now the ski wont get past 6000 rpms at full throttle, I am now getting feed back that i need more upgrades to get the full potential out of this prop, or should i just go with a 13/19?? I am looking for the most takeoff for wavejumping !! did i waste my money on this 14/20??

    Hey i have the 14/20 and out the hole isnt that bad but real good on top im turning 6980 rpm's and i soon do some other mods to get it over at least 7100 milled head etc but 14/20 is for the top end the 13/19 would be good for you if your looking to do wave jumping!

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    what was the stock full throttle rpms? seems like it was in the high 7s

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsmith45 View Post
    what was the stock full throttle rpms? seems like it was in the high 7s

    Yup its a 07 but i didnt get to test my stock RPM's i got with the parts installed. but i think stock is doing in the 7200 range.

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    The DFly is too much prop for a stock ski. I found the stock prop to be good overall prop.

    For wave jumping try the stock prop with an 87mm nozel. Better yet jet works kit.

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    you need to turn over 7000 rpms , you run the risk of motor damage otherwise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dhoad View Post
    you need to turn over 7000 rpms , you run the risk of motor damage otherwise.
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