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    75 mph on a budget TorquePhoto's Avatar
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    Back on the water thanks to Jerry!!!

    After my encounter with a few rocks..... (http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=9956) ....My ski was hurting..... I ordered a new 14/19R from Jerry's store on Sunday & asked for "quick quick" shipping.....I got my order Tuesday morning!!!! Thanks a ton Jerry for your quick service!!! I hit the water at 7 this moring & it was like glass in the cove I ride......the lake had 6-12 inch chop...I managed the same speed I ran without the solas & grate (68.9 @ 8100) at only 7700rpm!!! I cant wait to bend the solas a bit & see 70MPH!!!


    Thanks again Jerry!!!!
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    No problem. Glad to help! Yea, take 2 mm out of the trailing edge and you wil be flying

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    75 mph on a budget TorquePhoto's Avatar
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    thats the plan.....going to practice on my trashed stocker tonight & then do the 14/19 before my next trip to the water....FYI....that Riva grate hooks up nice in the chop!!!!


    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk
    No problem. Glad to help! Yea, take 2 mm out of the trailing edge and you wil be flying

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    That Riva grate is real nice in the chop. I just finally got one and was able to take out a GP1300r yesterday in the heat with my ski running like chit. Mostly because I was able to stay hooked.

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