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    6 hours, 23 gallons of gas and 2+mph gain!

    If I'm sore now, I guess that means it will be worse tomorrow! Finally broke 70 mph and got my rpms up a little more thanks to a rr sc. Huge difference!! Best reading I got before the GPS died was 70.7 @ 7900 rpm with full tank of gas. Still need to get my rpm up some more. Thinking reduction nozzle.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bluraycomics View Post
    If I'm sore now, I guess that means it will be worse tomorrow! Finally broke 70 mph and got my rpms up a little more thanks to a rr sc. Huge difference!! Best reading I got before the GPS died was 70.7 @ 7900 rpm with full tank of gas. Still need to get my rpm up some more. Thinking reduction nozzle.

    NICE...

    I say, wait till cooler weather, then the R's will rise....

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluraycomics View Post
    If I'm sore now, I guess that means it will be worse tomorrow! Finally broke 70 mph and got my rpms up a little more thanks to a rr sc. Huge difference!! Best reading I got before the GPS died was 70.7 @ 7900 rpm with full tank of gas. Still need to get my rpm up some more. Thinking reduction nozzle.
    Reducing the nozzle diameter will lower your RPM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ziggy View Post
    Reducing the nozzle diameter will lower your RPM.
    Any other suggestions?? Anybody??

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    Gibson exhaust...vroom vrooom

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluraycomics View Post
    Any other suggestions?? Anybody??
    Reduction nozzle with a bigger than stock ring will get the RPMs up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluraycomics View Post
    If I'm sore now, I guess that means it will be worse tomorrow! Finally broke 70 mph and got my rpms up a little more thanks to a rr sc. Huge difference!! Best reading I got before the GPS died was 70.7 @ 7900 rpm with full tank of gas. Still need to get my rpm up some more. Thinking reduction nozzle.
    Go with a 15/19 and pitch from there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oklagp1200r View Post
    Reduction nozzle with a bigger than stock ring will get the RPMs up!
    Good point (bigger than stock). The way I read the statement indicated to me he was going to reduce the opening - reduction. Skat makes an adjustable or variable nozzle so you can reduce or enlarge the opening according to your needs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ziggy View Post
    Good point (bigger than stock). The way I read the statement indicated to me he was going to reduce the opening - reduction. Skat makes an adjustable or variable nozzle so you can reduce or enlarge the opening according to your needs.
    I'm just trying to figure out what parts I need to go faster at this point.

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