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    wear ring and impeller ????

    I want to change my wear ring and impeller but I am not sure what to use? My ski is stock except for a wedge,intake grate and o.p.a.s blockoff's.On another post Hoss said that he has a Delrin ring,What is that and were do u get them? As far as prop,s what is the best pitch for a 06 RXP? Is there anything else i should change while it is apart? Thanks for any ideas


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    Delrin is the stock plastic ring. They are available from any dealer.
    The best is a stainless wear ring available thru Skat Trak.

    The best prop for your ski at your current level of modifications is a Solas 14/19R of which i sell in my online store.

    Thanks!

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    Is the Solas 14/19R the same as the Solas 14/19 ? About how much does a stainless steel wear ring cost ? Are there any seals that should be changed at that time ? Thanks Again

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    The 14/19 and newer 14/19R impellers are the same except the R impellers have been pitched blocked for accuracy. The old 14/19 impellers were notoriously out of whack.

    No seals need to be changed.

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    I checked with skat trak on the ss wear ring,It's pricey but if it is that good it's worth it.Should I change the carbon seal or anything else?How about the front motor mount? Thank's Again

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    The SS wear ring is well worth the money.

    As far as the carbon seal, i guess it depends on if its leaking and how many hours you have on it. I like to change mine every 50 hours or so.

    The solid RR engine mount is always a good idea. Especially if you ride in any rough stuff.

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    I only have about 22 hours on my ski.If I don't do the mount is it bad ?Will it take out the ring? Thank's For All The Help,This Place Is GREAT

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    Its no big deal if you dont do the mount. Its not a necessity.

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    so that soild mount will save wear ring damage then? i ride it lots of rough water and maybe this is why im already caviating a little even after a new wear ring was just put in.

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    Thats exactly what the solid mount is for. To reduce wear ring damage by keeping the engine more secure.

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