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    greenwheel question

    i might be purchasing a greenwheel soon, i was wondering would i need a new impeller and/or other supporting mods other than new sc washers


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    You would benefit from a power filter air intake and a Solas impeller.

    Do you currently have any mods?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    You would benefit from a power filter air intake and a Solas impeller.

    Do you currently have any mods?
    i have a homemade freeflow exhaust and i'm in the process of making a 3in intake. what pitch impeller should i go with, or would it be possible to use the stock impeller(repitched of course)?

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    The stock impeller is garbage.

    If you have an RXP/T then go with the Solas 14/19R impeller

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    i have a 07 rxt, thanks looks like i need to save up a more for the impeller and greenwheel. i'll be ordering the washers sometime soon though for sure

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    also what speeds should i be getting with this combination:
    filled rideplate holes
    3in intake
    freeflow exhaust
    greenwheel
    14/19 impeller

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    stl2slw- if you are already in the process of making your own intake, I highly recommend you go with a 4inch set up. As far as the greenwheel and 14/19 impeller, there are awesome deals posted in the classifieds right now for the items you want. You may want to look into the free-mods too.

    FAIR WARNING though - IT IS VERY HARD to not want to go faster and faster and faster. Once the modifiction bug bites you....it never lets go. Good luck.

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    Welcome to the forum! My guess is upper 60's, close to 70. I have a similar setup on a GTX with a 4" intake, freeflow exhaust, RXP ecu, running a 12/20 that's real close to going over 70.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stl2slw View Post
    also what speeds should i be getting with this combination:
    filled rideplate holes
    3in intake
    freeflow exhaust
    greenwheel
    14/19 impeller
    Welcome, check out 4 tech speed data base at top of threads. You can see what people are running with what mods.

    Good luck.

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    thanks for the info guys. hopefully i can get to 70mph by next year

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