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    Ok I am ready for a prop

    Are we still on the same page that the 15-22r is the one?
    08 RXT-X air intake,137mm charger with 50#ers

    and is there any tool or gasket of any sort that needs to be purchased also.

    and do you feel an intake grate is a required peice with a prop?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Otto J View Post
    Are we still on the same page that the 15-22r is the one? Yes
    08 RXT-X air intake,137mm charger with 50#ers

    and is there any tool or gasket of any sort that needs to be purchased also. You will need prop tool if you dont have it.

    and do you feel an intake grate is a required peice with a prop?
    If you still running stock grate, then yes there is gain to be had with after market grate or moded stock grate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skoepp View Post
    If you still running stock grate, then yes there is gain to be had with after market grate or moded stock grate.
    Thanks for the response,not that I am against a grate upgrade,but it there anywere to get pics or instruction on modifying the stock one?

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    I think most people start by cutting the wings off. Some of the guys on here
    won't tell all cause it's kind of a home brew racing secret. I would hazard a guess and say after the wings are cut off then you start downsizing the middle scoop but how and where I don't know. You can find alot of speed in the stock grate though. Just ask skoepp.

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    Otto, the 15/22 is the one you want. No gasket is needed but you will need this impeller tool
    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...roducts_id=391

    thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    Otto, the 15/22 is the one you want. No gasket is needed but you will need this impeller tool
    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...roducts_id=391

    thanks!
    Is this true also for the P-X models as well?

    Ed

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    Quote Originally Posted by 12timeworldchamps View Post
    Is this true also for the P-X models as well?

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    Yes, it's considered the best one for either "X" boat although R&D makes 2 impellors (14/24 for P and 13/23 for T) that are said to perform well too but they aren't cheap.

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    I've run both the Riva 15/22, and R & D 13/23 on my T - X and both props perform very well. you can't go wrong with either one.

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