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PWC Impeller, 14 - 19 pitch, Solas model # SD-SC-I

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Product Description
solas Solas Super Camber Blade - The Super Camber Blade impeller has been designed for applications which require more thrust on low end use, such as multiple riders or towing a skier, as well as improving top end and overall performance. Solas keeps its consistency by individually casting each impeller from ultra high strength stainless steel. Features exclusive hub-end water seal and zero cavitation polished hub. High performance impeller with small hub. For use with Sea Doo 580, 650, 720, 800; 140 mm pump.

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PWC Impeller, 14 - 19 pitch, Solas model # SD-SC-I
 
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5.0

An excellent investment...

By McGyver

from Melbourne, Australia

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    • Personal Watercraft

    Comments about PWC Impeller, 14 - 19 pitch, Solas model # SD-SC-I:

    I upgraded my standard OEM prop to this one on my 1995 Seadoo GTX with 657X engine.

    The cavitation is gone, the acceleration is better and I have only lost 1-2 mph of top end speed.

    The jetski mainly gets used for towing kids on kneeboards or tubes so the top speed is not important.

    The old prop used to cavitate and struggle to pull me out of the water on double skis whereas the new one is much easier (I'm 180 lbs).

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