Solas Kawasaki Ultra 250X Concord Impeller KX-CD-15/23
The 15-23 Concord impeller is designed for stock to limited applications on
Kawasaki Ultra 250X 2007+
Concord Stainless Steel Impeller - The Power Torque Series
With features like a large blade area and a unique geometric blade design, the SOLAS Concord Impeller delivers remarkable thrust and extraordinary efficiency. As four stroke technology becomes mainstream in the PWC world, the Concord design truly enhances and engine characteristics, not only delivering incredible acceleration but excellent top end performance. From water skiing to high speed cruising, this technologically advanced power torque design with its radial leading edge will offer everything you could ask for in an impeller.
SOLAS has a wide range of propulsion designs from straight pitch impellers (like the Super
Camber series, X Prop, and Concord) to our newly developed Dynafly series. SOLAS
continually develops and improves its impellers.
SOLAS sponsored a great deal of professional racing teams including Chris Fischetti, Chris MacCluggage, Dustin Farthing, Dustin John Motzouris, Eric Malone, Jeff Jacobs, Karine Paturel, Lloyd Burlew, Nicholas Rius, Rick Quelch, Rick Roy, Tera Crismon, Tracy Lathwood, and many other well-known racers around the world in the past years. The outstanding success of SOLAS sponsored riders demonstrated the proven excellence of the SOLAS Impellers. The valuable design feedback from these world-class racers supports the creation of SOLAS perfect geometry in all kinds of PWC applications.
Impeller Accessories & Installation Guide
1.Remove and separate the whole jet pump from the PWC.
2.Remove the tail cone (or cap) from the stator.
3.Hold the rear end of the shaft with a bench vise. Remove the impeller with an impeller wrench. Turning counter clockwise will loosen the impeller.
4.Visually inspect thread on shaft & impeller for debris or damage. Apply grease or anti-seize on the thread before installation.
5.Screw in the impeller by hand; be careful of the sharp edges of the impeller. Tighten with the impeller wrench. If the impeller feels too tight or not threaded properly, unscrew the impeller, clean and check the thread.
6.Assemble the pump and put it back on the PWC.