Quicksilver. Trying to wrap my brain around what you said. You said the intake and exit nozzle should be smaller for faster speeds? That's messing with me. It seems like you would want to keep the rear nozzle small or stock, then make the intake as big as you could and then have huge amounts of torque and motor to thrust that water thru, compress it down and have it exit the smaller nozzle. Right?
Bigger in smaller out means faster and more force. I think. But it's my day off and I've had nothing but Dew so far so I could be way off!
Not convinced my brain has kicked in yet!
In the same breath though it seems as though no matter how much torque or motor you have there is a maximum amount of water you can have pass through the exit nozzle. There's a point at which you it would be crazy. But then I think of when my buddy from Oregon cuts granite countertops with a water nozzle. That's an extreme case but same theory.
We'll see. I'm going to order the hull and mid sized jet and then play with HP's and RPM's.
Dragonholy freakin crap that thing is insane! That's pretty much what I'm going for. I think my Jeti is only rated at 11.1v but I think I should be able to make it scream. We'll see how it works. Either way I'm due for a new project. Pretty impressive though when you have to actually fight to keep the hull in the water at take off!