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    SHO prop repitching

    Just to clarrify, turn the prop to the RIGHT (clockwise) to loosen this damn thing?

    Also people were telling me to use a 1 inch wrench but it won't fit on the prop. Must be a 1 and 1/16 since 1 and an 1/8 is too big. That's the one size I don't have too.


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    if the vice is on your left and the prop to your right
    pull down and use plenty od heat from a heat gun, warm up the cetre part of the prop this is where the thread is

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    Clockwise. I didn't realize you were still using a stock impeller. For the stocker, I think I ended up using a large cresent wrench with a bar to get more leverage.

    I tried to change my 13/25 to a 13/24 this past weekend and broke my friggen vise. This wasn't a small vise either. Impeller never came loose.

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    prop?

    why are u down sizing? are u not hitting the rev limiter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by onebadsho View Post
    why are u down sizing? are u not hitting the rev limiter?

    RPM has gone down from 7680 to 7440 roughly. Texas heat...

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    13/24

    im running 13 /24 too because i want to be right at the rev limiter
    also when i rev higher later to 8300 i didnt want a bigger prop
    with the 13/24 and c-3 at 8300 i hope to be at 80 mph

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    Why not just use a GPR 85 or 87mm nozzle instead or repitching prop?? They all fit, I use SHO 83mm in my GPRXP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duke View Post
    Why not just use a GPR 85 or 87mm nozzle instead or repitching prop?? They all fit, I use SHO 83mm in my GPRXP.

    SHO measures something like 87mmX91mm doesn't it???

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    Quote Originally Posted by SHOBiz View Post
    SHO measures something like 87mmX91mm doesn't it???
    SHO thrust nozzle measures 83mm. Steering nozzle has little to do with anything other then turning and yes its oval.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duke View Post
    Why not just use a GPR 85 or 87mm nozzle instead or repitching prop?? They all fit, I use SHO 83mm in my GPRXP.


    Great idea!!!! i was holding out for adjustable exit nozzle like the SD's have but thats a great idea....thx duke!!

    Does Jerry sell em in the store?

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