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    Before the SHO Nozzle...

    There was this OEM 95mm Metal nozzle - Stamped 60E. It came from a 02 FX. It bolts right up to the trim ring no problem.

    Why would they go through the trouble of the bars in the middle ?
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    test it and see what it does.

    You might have picked a Winner!

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    if its no good
    cut out the metal tabs and grind it flat and you got urself a metal nozzle
    the sho nozzles have been backorded from boats.net for a while.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrbtd View Post
    There was this OEM 95mm Metal nozzle - Stamped 60E. It came from a 02 FX. It bolts right up to the trim ring no problem.

    Why would they go through the trouble of the bars in the middle ?
    interesting......

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    Nice Find Bill

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    is it round?

    what is the diameter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrbtd View Post
    There was this OEM 95mm Metal nozzle - Stamped 60E. It came from a 02 FX. It bolts right up to the trim ring no problem.

    Why would they go through the trouble of the bars in the middle ?
    Quote Originally Posted by philip_gpr View Post
    is it round?

    what is the diameter?
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    there might be gains if you grind those fins out and run a bigger exit nozzle. I had a sho nozzle bored to 94 and did not like it made the steering very touchy at high speeds

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    Quote Originally Posted by philip_gpr View Post
    is it round?
    Yep

    I get bigger/smaller - Just trying to figure out why they would of added the fins....

    When we have liquid water instead of ice I will test it out.

    I am going to double check but I think the nozzle is a 87 mm 5 degree with the holes tapped for a reverse bucket.

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    I did confirm the 60E Exit Nozzle is 5 degree 87 mm with the holes tapped for the reverse bucket.

    Should woprk pretty well for Reverse on the GPR . If I can figure out away to pull the lever I have everything else in the garage.

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