Thrust Innovations Ti50 mm Carbs

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Buy these now.. Short story

Long story
Quest to back flip my Backie chan hull the easy way. Started out with Big bore 850cc 62t on oem 44s. solas mag pump. Then I got Sbn 46s I think I noticed a performance difference but mostly better fuel delivery (ran smoother). Bought the Tnt pipe, then a 148mm pump, then a engine tech 1107cc then a thrust 155mm pump.. they all made gains. pipe prob the least when it was on my 850 from a b pipe. but it never had the low end BARK that it has now, with these carbs. Started it in my garage after the install of the ti50 carbs and I could instantly tell a huge difference. It revs faster than you can blink! On the water with the sbn 46's is never brapped and had that instant huck power off the wake. top end was great but thats useless..

These Carbs should have been one of my first mods and for the Steep $1400 price tag.. they are totally worth it!. NO tuning at all they started idled and brapped and ran PERFECT. That NEVER happens. best performace gain for the Dollar if you are upgrading from oem stuff. Boat runs like a freestyle boat now.
 

Christian_83

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So are you saying that the upgrade from OEM dual 46 mikunis to Thrust 50mm made a bigger difference on your ET 1107 setup, than going from i assume a SS 850 BB to a ET 1107?
How was your OEM 46 jetted?
 

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I'll have some info on these in the next few weeks. Waiting on a top end to get buttoned up then I'll have some tuning and review type info
 
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So are you saying that the upgrade from OEM dual 46 mikunis to Thrust 50mm made a bigger difference on your ET 1107 setup, than going from i assume a SS 850 BB to a ET 1107?
How was your OEM 46 jetted?
1107 has a lot more power. I'm still pump tuning and getting it better and better.



It's so expensive but you just need to do it all at once to be happy and spend your time riding and not turning wrenches.

Total loss I'm on the fence because it definatly limits you to only riding close to shore. But that's all I do in a pond so..

46s where jetted the same on 850 as 1107cc and it ran great. I'm sure it could have been better. The ti50s being the design they are just atomize fuel way better. It's like a steam cloud instead of a spray bottle spitting fuel in there.

And fuel time was drastically reduced also haha.

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Total loss I'm on the fence because it definatly limits you to only riding close to shore. But that's all I do in a pond so..
Well this is not my experience but I felt that way till I ran it so I understand. msd Tl 480cca anti gravity Battery and a 16 mil 1200
can ride All Day with plenty of restarting, I mean a lot of starting and it's no issue at all.
 
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Well this is not my experience but I felt that way till I ran it so I understand. msd Tl 480cca anti gravity Battery and a 16 mil 1200
can ride All Day with plenty of restarting, I mean a lot of starting and it's no issue at all.
I should try that battery. I'm on a Wal-Mart agm small one. After I went through 3 ballistic batteries one summer I said forget those fancy lithium batteries.

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Just put a set of them on my et 1107 this week very responsive varbs run time not bad so far

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Hope I'm not spreading super secret info. If any one gets mad I'll delete it.


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someone tried these carbs for other reviews?
I find these settings very poor.

Only 135 and 110 for 50mm carbs? And pop off very low...
 
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