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    kawasaki ultra250 timing plate

    This is a new part founded by a japanese developer for Xtreme Bike Jet SKi in Dubai.
    That part is used by alot of racers in the region and they are happy with it, moreover alot of recreation riders use it under the weather of 100f with extra timing and no problem in a single boat , a test between to out of the box boats was result in 1 boat difference from the start, we will feel allot difference in acceleration, as well as gain in top speed
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    Quote Originally Posted by rashed_85 View Post
    This is a new part founded by a japanese developer for Xtreme Bike Jet SKi in Dubai.
    That part is used by alot of racers in the region and they are happy with it, moreover alot of recreation riders use it under the weather of 100f with extra timing and no problem in a single boat , a test between to out of the box boats was result in 1 boat difference from the start, we will feel allot difference in acceleration, as well as gain in top speed
    Nice looking part! How much are they US dollars?

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    Nice looking part! How much are they US dollars?

    its 300$+shipping

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    Out of curiosity, would there be any gain over modding your own? I modded the stock plate and gained 200 rpms and 2 mph. $300 sounds pretty steep compared modding a $10 part.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rashed_85 View Post
    its 300$+shipping
    $$$$$$$$$$$
    $30 STD wheel
    270 To mod

    I wonder how much adjustment there is,

    Can just see the degree adjustment indicators

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    Quote Originally Posted by erckawasaki View Post
    Out of curiosity, would there be any gain over modding your own? I modded the stock plate and gained 200 rpms and 2 mph. $300 sounds pretty steep compared modding a $10 part.

    SAME RESULT ERCKAWASAKI

    only diff is some people cant leave things alone and want to tinker!

    otherwise the one you got gives exect same result for the same degrees

    Waz

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    Thats what I thought. I do like to tinker! I usually screw something up too. This one I will leave alone and stick with what I got.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sirbreaksalot View Post
    SAME RESULT ERCKAWASAKI

    only diff is some people cant leave things alone and want to tinker!

    otherwise the one you got gives exect same result for the same degrees

    Waz
    dont just judge with out testing, you cant say its the same at least you test

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    Send one out and I will test it for you. I will give you results compared to my modded rotor.

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    For 300 I can have 20 different wheels to put on the ski. You have to pull the cover to adjust that wheel anyway. Plus with a modified wheel or the one I have seen from jetworx you do not have to worry about set screws coming loose or out and finding their way through the engine.

    I know the product will work and I know how it works and I know I can duplicate any gain you get from it.

    The best way to do this and the most practical is to recut the slot or modify a factory plate. Until the adjustment gets placed outside the engine there is no advantage to having an adjustable timing wheel. Just my opinion

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