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  1. #1
    inteljd's Avatar
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    May 2006
    Boise, ID

    Where should my RPM's top out at?

    I have a 2005 RXP and live at an elevation of 2500ft above sea level. I am currently running the following mods:
    Jerry's Reverse gate mod
    Fresh air intake (my own design) with a K&N Filter
    RR OPAS block off
    Impro's 14/17 concord
    UMI steering
    Direct exhaust
    Blow-off valve
    Finger throttle

    I ran last year at a peak of 7800 rpm's with a 14/18 concord @ 68mph, this year I changed out to a 14/17 concord and got up to 7950 @ 70mph. My question is should I just keep repitching until I get to the 8300rpm mark?

    Any suggestions would be great.

    Thank you.

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    Got Boost? psycho rxp's Avatar
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    Jul 2005
    Port St. Lucie, FL
    If you don't have an ECU, than you should keep pitching till you get 8100 rpms, on either prop.

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    Jul 2005
    So. Cal.
    Hey Everyone,
    I have to disagree with psycho rxp, at 2500 ft elevation I don't think you're going to get enough air to the motor to get the rpm.
    With my RXT it will do the same thing . At one of the lakes which is about 2500 ft elevation that all I see in rpm. But at sea level it will twist up to 8100 rpm .


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