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    Suggestions For Exit & Steer Nozzles For A GSX LTD

    Guys got me new toy home will post pics soon. 99 GSX LTD with 71hrs yes its true 71hrs the thing is a Virgin.

    Setting up the ski for the surf for free styling and wave jumping i am adding a SKAT 13/20 SWIRL WHAT exit and steer nozzles sizes do I need for this combo.

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    Mike


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    i would buy the wet wolf freestyle cone and use a GTX or a rfi 3D venturi/steering nozzle would be even bigger then a gtx for bottom and mid range push

    imo the dynafly had a little better bottom in my old xpl then a skat but you have one of the better bottom end impellers. i'd also look for a scoop grate if just jumping, freeriding

    don't forget to put that thing on a diet and throw out all the dead weight...... like resonator, waterbox foam was on a 99gsx i think and anything else

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    Thanks what year model GTX should i be looking out for.

    I have a WORXS Grate coming soon with a UMI set up.

    I ve heard that the SOLAS Prop where good for bottom end power as well but then again i hear just leave stock impeller its a close as you can get to a SKAT Swirl.

    So is it going to be a SKAT SOLAS or OEM no idea

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    since your in sydney which is not exactly the land of abundant parts you might try boring your stock venturi and steering nozzle about 2mm each. or just order a wet wolf freestyle cone - cheap, bruce will ship to Australia and small part will be cheap plus you can unbolt if you don't like. that cone opens up the end of pump a lot.

    i like bottom end over top for the way i ride. not sure how you funds are but imo - 1. head to bump compression - milled oem or miller/ada 2. impeller/cone upgrade. 3. reeds. 4. scoop grate 5. 951 di waterbox 6. ignition upgrade.
    keep a good wear ring in and make sure carbon seal and pump shoe are air tight.

    imo - the two bottom end impellers are the dynafly 13/19 and solas 13/20 better then stock.

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    We can get a a far amount of parts here in Australia just need to know who to ask.

    What year GTX should i be looking out for and what size venturi and nozzle

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mik72e View Post
    We can get a a far amount of parts here in Australia just need to know who to ask.

    What year GTX should i be looking out for and what size venturi and nozzle
    i have most of the bore sizes written down, but not near me. i will try to remember to post. you have a popular nozzle combo and i thought it was just tighter then most others.

    have you seen bruce's cones??
    http://www.wetwolf.com/fscone.html

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    That would be great if you can found you old records of with bore sizes.

    Mike

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