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    Default tested HI_HELIX A-CUT impeller

    well just went and tested and the tx-19 turned a whhhhoopppppinggggg

    5100 rpm on the tachit was turning 6400-6500 on the other impeller
    B or B/c cut ss agressor impeller.

    wow what a difference.take off is awesome no slipping or even a 100 rpm difference on take off.

    before it had a inducer and would still flash a good 300 rpm on take off.

    no inducer and just impeller snappppeddd my neck.

    we justed ordered a b-cut HI-HELIX from scott seastrum.

    cant wait to spray this thing 250 shot.before we couldnt b/c the mill was turning to many rpms.



    hey coby looks like we are close on the Horsepower scale!!!!!!!

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    sweeeeet now how much for the a

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    Quote Originally Posted by IMPATIENT 1 View Post
    sweeeeet now how much for the a
    the A is not for sale,it is scotts personal test impeller.other wise we would have just cut it to a B-cut dumbass


    im anxious to see what happens,with the b-cut.i want to turn right at 6000 rpm on mill.then spray the shit outta it.

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    Impressive, I was also thinking of trying one

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1QuickCP View Post
    Impressive, I was also thinking of trying one
    all i have to say is it takes alot more hp to turn them then any other impeller we have tried.

    well worth the money imo if you have the power

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    Those things bite big time! I will say you might wanna go with a AB- it will hold the RPM down a little and the juice will make it all back! Mine runs at 6000 held all out! It will jump the RPM up around a 1000! WT


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    well coby were are gonna see what happens might need to stay alittle bigger.

    we have more camshaft and heads are different.

    scott said we can try this and go from there.

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    Cool deal, good luck with it and have fun! It will wake it up when you get it right! WT

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotbo View Post
    the A is not for sale,it is scotts personal test impeller.other wise we would have just cut it to a B-cut dumbass


    im anxious to see what happens,with the b-cut.i want to turn right at 6000 rpm on mill.then spray the shit outta it.
    To spin a HH B cut impeller 6000 is gonna take about 700-750 hp. I spun a B HH with 700 or so hp right at 5850, with a 150 shot it ran 6250.

    If you are spinning an A at 5100 right now you'll probably pick up to 5400 to 5500.

    HH impellers are a little different. The general shape of the curve is similar to that of a standard impeller but they take more HP to turn.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hotbo View Post
    all i have to say is it takes alot more hp to turn them then any other impeller we have tried.

    well worth the money imo if you have the power


    yeah, 526 inch blown alcohol, 11-1 static w/42 psi....spins my AA pretty good..

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1QuickCP View Post
    yeah, 526 inch blown alcohol, 11-1 static w/42 psi....spins my AA pretty good..
    Alcohol or not.....Yiiiiiiiiiiikes



    Travis, I have some testing to do with a HH "A" also. I plan on running it to see where it is rpm & mph and then having it turned to pull 6,500 -6,600 off the Nos. Just time and money..... mostly $$$

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sleeper CP View Post
    Alcohol or not.....Yiiiiiiiiiiikes



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    what about bigger boats? I am running a AA to 5700. I got 700 hp.
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    Quote Originally Posted by danhercules View Post
    what about bigger boats? I am running a AA to 6800. I got 700 hp.

    sounds like you may need to give it more water....better loader.???? bottom work.??? shoe .????
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