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    Acceleration

    Hey guys, new to the forum. I have one question regarding acceleration. I have a 2006 GTI SE and ide like a little more umf out of the hole. Anything i can do to get this?


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    Welcome to the forum
    You can try searching for that horsepower but your kinda limited with few mods for that ski. I dont know that ski but air intake might be possible.

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    Welcome to the forum!


    R&D makes a kit for the 155 HP naturally aspirated skis that will help you

    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...roducts_id=774

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    Welcome to the forum!


    R&D makes a kit for the 155 HP naturally aspirated skis that will help you

    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...roducts_id=774
    Jerry, although I don't have the 155, I read the description of the 155 performance package and near the bottom it mentions an adjustable trim package or something...Is this a deal similar to the VTS, wouldn't it fit the 185's, and where would I find such a deal?

    By the way, there is not a lot of 155 hp modifying being posted here, so I would be excited to see what the performance package would do. Let us know if you go that route and what it gives you performance wise. --jeremy

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    Here's the information from the rd-performance.com site:

    The R&D GTX 4Tec Auto Trim Kit was developed to offer the GTX 4Tec models a necessary feature it does not have stock, a fully adjustable and fully automatic trim system. The R&D Auto Trim automatically tilts the steering nozzle to a rider preferred, adjustable 2-8 degrees. Drive from turn to turn with the trim automatically in the best position for perfect turn negotiation. The Auto Trim allows you to set the trim up your way to carve perfect turns every time. The R&D Auto Trim is a great feature for recreational and closed course riding. The Auto Trim system comes complete with a precision cast aluminum pro series steering nozzle, which is reshaped and resized to offer reduced cavitation through turns and adds 1 mph in top speed.

    I know at least one person on the board has this installed... Ron

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    gti se

    Thanks for some of the input guys, i'll dig a little more into some research and keep you all informed

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    First, shine a flashlight up into your pump pointing back, then look into the back of the pump, towards the flashlight, and see how much light you can see. You may need nothing more than to change your pump liner(which are available in the site store).

    Other things you can do to get more umph is change your intake grate, prop, and just a whole bunch of stuff. But first, make sure your pump liner, and your prop, or in good shape.

    Welcome to the forum......hope you have a large credit limit. Speed is addicting and gets expensive quick.

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    tell me about it, i got myself into a subaru sti last summer. I will definiatly do that/ try the flash light trick. Are props expensive?

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    Quote Originally Posted by spanknebony View Post
    tell me about it, i got myself into a subaru sti last summer. I will definiatly do that/ try the flash light trick. Are props expensive?
    You own a PWC. Everything is expensive. Props on the site store run around $300. But, you can type in GREENHULK in the coupon area and get 10% off.

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    Exclamation question on oil

    I generally use bombardier 10/5w40 in my seadoo. Now will any oil of that grade work/ protect the motor as well as the brp oil will? What i am asking is it specific?

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