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    Question X Nozzle / Venturi compared to RXP nozzle

    Just wanted confirmation, but checked in the store and the Pro Series Nozzle says good for X boats and standard RXP.

    Are the exit nozzles (venturi) the same for the X boats and the RXP?

    I am going to have 2 made by Diggs but wanted to make sure that a stock RXP nozzle will fit my RXT-X so I can get it machined to accept the rings.

    Thanks.


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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetbats View Post
    Just wanted confirmation, but checked in the store and the Pro Series Nozzle says good for X boats and standard RXP.

    Are the exit nozzles (venturi) the same for the X boats and the RXP?

    I am going to have 2 made by Diggs but wanted to make sure that a stock RXP nozzle will fit my RXT-X so I can get it machined to accept the rings.

    Thanks.
    Yes the adjustable nozzle is the same for the RXP and X.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetbats View Post
    Just wanted confirmation, but checked in the store and the Pro Series Nozzle says good for X boats and standard RXP.

    Are the exit nozzles (venturi) the same for the X boats and the RXP?

    I am going to have 2 made by Diggs but wanted to make sure that a stock RXP nozzle will fit my RXT-X so I can get it machined to accept the rings.

    Thanks.

    the rxp nozzle is missing a couple bolt holes that the rxt nozzle has.

    is the rxp-x nozzle not shorter than the standard rxp nozzle?

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    Sizes???

    What size is the stock nozzle of the RXT-X, and the RXT?

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    If i am correct the standard RXP/T is 83mm and the X- boats are 86mm

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    yes, sno is right...


    the x nozzle is bigger diameter (86mm) and shorter vs the stock rxp (83mm) nozzle. there are pics floating around on this site where you can clearly see the difference.

    both nozzles work on the rxpx in spite of the difference (without having to modify anything)

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    The X nozzle is 86.95mm. At least the one I just measured.

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    Thanks, gracias!!

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