Thread: Need a prop for a SuperJet.
04-27-2006, 08:41 PM #1
Need a prop for a SuperJet.
A SuperJet is a Yamaha and I am looking for performance so I guess this is the place to post.
OK, I have a sexy '90 650 square nose SJ.
The monster has an older pro-tec pipe and that is it as far as I can tell.
I plan to mill the head or get an aftermarket one down the line.
I'm looking for bottom end punch so that this thing can jump.
Them's the facts.
I have been reading on other forums dedicated to the stand up and I have been told that a Solas Concord 12/15 or 11/15 is the prop for me.
Any other suggestions ?
Anyone have a prop for an SJ collecting dust ?
Who should I be calling to order a prop ?
I'm also looking for an intake grate preferably the Worx 201.
Feel free to chime in, I know that most here are GPR crazy but I'm sure some have played outside the box.
04-28-2006, 12:13 AM #2
first mode before you spend any money put a 701 engine
650 is way to small and a money spend on that engine will be a waste
you can use all the parts of the 650 on the 701 if you need cylinders or even cases I have few 62 t engines or just change the cylinder but if you want a good advice don't waste any money on the 650
if you decide to do so I have few performance heads and maybe other parts you can use I have to dig in my boxes of old parts
04-28-2006, 05:04 AM #3
I'm keeping the 650 in it for now.
The ski is MINT(seriously, it looks like brand new) and will be my wife's after I get a round nose.
04-28-2006, 10:49 AM #4
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