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    les cooke a kit vs greenwheel

    what are the differences? are there any differences in modifications needed to run these wheels? same boost? any input appreciated


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    CC Racer kenshin89's Avatar
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    There are actually two different A-kits now, The A-kit and the A-kit R. The A-kit and the Greenwheel are pretty much the same in terms of performance. I used to have the A-kit(this was before the greenwheel came out) and it was awesome for CC racing.

    A Kit Impeller - Makes 0.7 bar boost Extremely light weight Anodised billet aluminium, superior protection against corrosion, makes 0.7 bar boost = 10lb
    Easily installed on OEM housings. Suits RXP, RXT & GTX, , bolts straight in with no modifications to the supercharger housings. Comes with a precision made washer for under the supercharger nut to keep the balancing perfect.

    A Kit -R Impeller - Makes 0.77 bar boost Anodised billet aluminium, superior protection against corrosion, makes 0.77 bar boost = 11lb
    Comes with set of seadoo centre steel washers.
    Easily installed on OEM housings. Suits RXP, RXT & GTX, , bolts straight in with no modifications to the supercharger housings. Comes with a precision made washer for under the supercharger nut to keep the balancing perfect.


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    do you have to add fuel when running stock IC?
    Quote Originally Posted by kenshin89 View Post
    There are actually two different A-kits now, The A-kit and the A-kit R. The A-kit and the Greenwheel are pretty much the same in terms of performance. I used to have the A-kit(this was before the greenwheel came out) and it was awesome for CC racing.

    A Kit Impeller - Makes 0.7 bar boost Extremely light weight Anodised billet aluminium, superior protection against corrosion, makes 0.7 bar boost = 10lb
    Easily installed on OEM housings. Suits RXP, RXT & GTX, , bolts straight in with no modifications to the supercharger housings. Comes with a precision made washer for under the supercharger nut to keep the balancing perfect.
    A Kit -R Impeller - Makes 0.77 bar boost Anodised billet aluminium, superior protection against corrosion, makes 0.77 bar boost = 11lb
    Comes with set of seadoo centre steel washers.
    Easily installed on OEM housings. Suits RXP, RXT & GTX, , bolts straight in with no modifications to the supercharger housings. Comes with a precision made washer for under the supercharger nut to keep the balancing perfect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by braaapf7 View Post
    do you have to add fuel when running stock IC?
    With my old limited class setup I didnt and I had the A-kit, Rotax Racing Stock Class ECU, Riva 3" Air Intake, RR thermostat, Stock IC. Ran it for a whole season of racing and it was fine. Never checked the air fuel on it though.

    Since the A-kit is about the same as the greenwheel I think you should be fine with the stock IC. The A-kit R I don't know about since I've never tried one and when it came out I switched to the X for CC.

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    I have sold countless "A kit R's" in 215's & even with 4" filters they are well within OEM ECU & Injectors & fuel pressure. They run trick too!

    In a 2007- model that has the higher blade overlap impeller they really work better than the 04-06 IMHO (better prop)

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    How much is the A-Kit R?

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    A-kit-r is $860 australian, my charger on my rxt is due for a rebuild (100hrs) I was looking at this wheel, it makes the same boost as an x charger??

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