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    14/19r with RXT

    So i just got my 14/19r and SS wear ring and the waterbox back from my fab shop for welding it back together so i was wondering if anyone has ideas on the speed i should get out of the mods i have done to my ski they are listed in my sig. please help the newbie out.


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    A 14/19 is kind of steep for your setup. I would have gone with nothing bigger than a 14/17.

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    Hmm...the shorty box is gonna help...a little. Didn't you have a 4" front at one time?


    If I was a betting man...as it stands right now....I'd guess somewhere around 64-65mph.

    You're gonna need to be turning more r's to use that prop as is....if you take a little out....?

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    ok but i am turning 8250 rpms with my setup and someone told me that a 14/19r would bring me closer to 8000

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    It will...

    You still may need to take a little out of it, to fine tune it to what you have now. As you up the ante you'll be able to bring it back and take advantage of the taller prop.


    I'll be doing the same thing soon.

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    Take that ski out and run it.

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    sure wish i could its freaking only just hitting 50* around here now so trust me i hate not riding.. I just hope i didnt do the wrong thing getting the 14/19r but it was only 300 bucks for it and the riva power intake.

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    if the rpms are low what else could i do to up them a little without having to change the impeller or anything else?

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    You certainly don't have to believe me but...I'm sure I've said this before...a 4" breathes better than a 3".

    A wet suit costs around $100...a little more with a few goodies ie boots, gloves and hood. It'll extend your season.

    As far as doing the wrong thing....I have it on good authority that an rxt turning those kinda r's will be able to handle the 14/19r....it just may take some tweeking.

    Like I said.

    I'll be doing the same thing with a 14/19...when I can figure where my r's are after playing with my exhaust, I intend sending the prop off to be professionally...tweeked. I'll then be able to up the sc and ic at my leisure without coughing up the bucks for another prop....just get it tweeked again as needed.

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    If you don't like my rear air intake and the work that goes into it...look at Danny's.

    Like GH and others have said many times....lots of cold air is best.

    also required reading...

    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=2614
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