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    2017 RXT 260 Impeller

    I have a 2017 RXT 260 that is stock and sucked up a couple of rocks today. Needless to say the wear ring and impeller are both shot. The ski would top out at 70 on the display before this happened. I don't want to lose any performance or go modding the ski. I have some questions on what is recommended as a replacement impeller. What are the specs of the stock impeller? Stock or Solas? What should be expected on dealer cost?

    Thanks for the input!


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    Been reading for the past couple of hours. I have also searched on the Solas site and found the following:
    SRZ-CD-15/21A
    Anyone know the pro/cons vs OEM impeller?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thatc16 View Post
    I don't want to lose any performance or go modding the ski.
    Then why are you looking at aftermarket impellers? Just replace the damaged parts with new stock ones.

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    The Solas 15/21a will work just fine as this one: 15/22:
    https://www.4-tecperformance.com/ind...oducts_id=2048

    The root angle on the Solas impellers give a better hole shot and acceleration over OEM. The R means it has been pitch blocked by Riva. Use “GreenHulk” code for a discount.

    Use an OEM wear ring or invest in a stainless steel version. Avoid cheap knock off brands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpt7779 View Post
    The Solas 15/21a will work just fine as this one: 15/22:
    https://www.4-tecperformance.com/ind...oducts_id=2048

    The root angle on the Solas impellers give a better hole shot and acceleration over OEM. The R means it has been pitch blocked by Riva. Use “GreenHulk” code for a discount.

    Use an OEM wear ring or invest in a stainless steel version. Avoid cheap knock off brands.

    Thank you for your input. What would be the performance differences if any between these two choices? My ski with the OEM impeller would indicate 70 on the dash and 8020 RPM's at just about any weather condition. Would either of these change?

    Thanks again!

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    What will change is that you will get to the 8040 rpm limiter and the 69 mph speed limiter quicker. Less cavitation on the hole shot and better acceleration from start to finish.

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