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    FS - SHO and FZR Nozzle - It's Round

    The OEM SHO / FZR steering nozzle is oval in shape. Having an oval nozzle just didn't make any sense to me so I took a new OEM nozzle and machined it out to accept a round aluminum insert. The result is a "round" steering nozzle.

    Provides a small speed gain (typically .3 mph) and improved steering control.

    Because the size of the exit diameter of this nozzle is designed to work in combination with the 83 mm pump nozzle used on the new Yamaha 4 stroke skis I don't recommend this nozzle be used on a GPR.

    $139 plus $15 for shipping in US and Canada. I will ship worldwide if requested.

    I have a few made up ready to be shipped and I will make more if the interest is there.

    Thanks, Philip
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    Nicccceee Work!

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    Whats the ID?

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    88 / 89

    The testing with the FZR that was done showed it is just like the GPR and you want to be 5 / 6 mm larger than the pump nozzle.

    I am expecting we will see the same positive results with the SHO as we have seen to date with the FZR.

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    I will have a couple of these this week at MB if anyone wants to give them a try.

    philip
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    has anyone tried this yet?

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    yes with positive results - see my comments above

    there is no downside that I can tell

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    This nozzle works well on a SHO/FZR

    In addition if it was used in combination with the SHO/FZR pump nozzle it would be a good set-up for a GPRXP conversion ski.

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    ttt

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