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  1. #11
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    My 1992 Impulse. I'm new with this so I'm still learning all about mine. I haven't found much about the Impulse. Hopefully more people can speak out.

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    Lots of transmission talk on this thread - slight highjack...
    How do you identify what transmission you have?
    Thanks!

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    There should be a plate on it with some numbers, etc.


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    Nice looking impulse 03... I don't want to spread any rumors but always thought the impulse was simply an open bow Comp. Can anyone do a periodicals search online for waterski magazine's boat buyers guide for 91 and 92? I believe they were rating the wakes back then and hole shot time. 1:1.23 here on my 91 comp

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoWake View Post
    Nice looking impulse 03... I don't want to spread any rumors but always thought the impulse was simply an open bow Comp. Can anyone do a periodicals search online for waterski magazine's boat buyers guide for 91 and 92? I believe they were rating the wakes back then and hole shot time. 1:1.23 here on my 91 comp
    Impulse is a trim level I think, the open bow "Comp" is the "Conbrio."
    '86 Comp TS6M - Reborn 2016
    Riding a HO Sports CX Ski

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    The fastest way to identify a 1.23 to 1 trans is to look at the engine if its level its a 1.23 trans and it will back up to the port side. If the engine is at an angle in line with the prop shaft its a 1 to 1 trans and will back up to the port side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by michael hunter View Post
    The fastest way to identify a 1.23 to 1 trans is to look at the engine if its level its a 1.23 trans and it will back up to the port side. If the engine is at an angle in line with the prop shaft its a 1 to 1 trans and will back up to the STARBOARD side.
    Fixed it for you.
    '86 Comp TS6M - Reborn 2016
    Riding a HO Sports CX Ski

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