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    Re: "Clean" build

    Good, glad to hear you got it to loosen. I've gotten a lot of stubborn bolts loose with a long enough breaker bar. Gentle force, with enough leverage should usually get the job done. Like you said, patience works.
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    Re: "Clean" build

    new to me 9/17 prop on its way. just repitched and lookin goodimpeller.jpg
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    Re: "Clean" build

    What did that prop cost? If you did have to pay for it, why not go with some modern prop technology and get a big hub swirl set-up?
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    Re: "Clean" build

    I bought it used and repitched for 120 shipped I was told by many people its a good prop for a mild modded x2
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    Re: "Clean" build

    When people are telling you to get a 9/17, most will mean a big hub swirl set-up which will act considerably different than a standard hub. IMO, there is no comparison between the two. Try it and see how it works, but when the weather breaks, I would tell you to also try a big hub and see for yourself.
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    Re: "Clean" build

    The old 9/17's are poop in my opinion.

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    Re: "Clean" build

    told you!
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    Re: "Clean" build

    got my prop in today. just need to get the old one out now... been dreading this.
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    Re: "Clean" build

    got the old prop out rather easily, im upgrading to dual cooling, so i can run independant lines. One line for the motor, and one line for the headpipe. this way i can tell right where the problem is by which pisser isnt flowing, and i get better cooling overall. I bought 2 .5X36" aluminum pipes to replace the plastic tubes in the hull i also bought 2 3/8 ID adaptors to tap into the pump. im upgrading the size of the factory one and adding a second across from it. This should solve my cooling issue that kept me from riding last season. I couldnt find 90* adaptors at the local hardware stores so im using straight adaptors and making the turn with the hose instead. hopefully this gives me sufficient cooling to stop the overheating problem
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    Re: "Clean" build

    cooling 1.jpgcooling 2.jpg this should give me noticably better cooling!
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