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    I will take some pics make me an offer

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    Quote Originally Posted by djjrxpx View Post
    I have a used solas 15/19r if your interested
    If he didnít bite Iíd be interested

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    I have a 15-21 if interested. Perfect shape, 150 shipped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davrac View Post
    I run a modified 4-Tech and still using untouched OEM prop seeing 76mph. So something isnít right with your setup.

    The prop you will need is a 15/19 or 15/20. Will need to tweak a little to suit your ski and target RPM but the 15/19 should be nearly on point
    Thanks for advice
    Put a 15/19 in
    8550 rpm @76mph
    Really happy until KABOOOOM
    broke the crankshaft in half
    Bugger


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    http://partsfinder.onlinemicrofiche....20-%20EXTERNAL

    The simplest way to gain speed with a 2010 TX is to change the stock 87mm venturi nozzle to a 2011 TX 83mm nozzle.

    Part 267000503 = 87mm 2010

    Part 267000502 = 83mm 2011 #25A $159.90

    Realize with a 83mm you WILL gain 2-4 mph, with a 15/21 but WILL lose some hole shot and acceleration. The stock 87mm gives the BEST hole shot and acceleration but a little slower.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpt7779 View Post
    http://partsfinder.onlinemicrofiche....20-%20EXTERNAL

    The simplest way to gain speed with a 2010 TX is to change the stock 87mm venturi nozzle to a 2011 TX 83mm nozzle.

    Part 267000503 = 87mm 2010

    Part 267000502 = 83mm 2011 #25A $159.90

    Realize with a 83mm you WILL gain 2-4 mph, with a 15/21 but WILL lose some hole shot and acceleration. The stock 87mm gives the BEST hole shot and acceleration but a little slower.
    Thanks mate
    When I get the new engine back together

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