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    Is Normal to cavitate during plaining out?

    I have stage 3 mods and if i pin it at idle the ski will jump out of the water and hit the rev limiter until planed out, is that normal?


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    Nah, it means you need to check your wear ring and/or repitch you prop.

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    Could be other things to. Carbon Seal for example.

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    so if i pin it my rxp bounce off the rev limiter but still pop fully out of the water, im sure the wear ring is good, any ideas

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    If you have a adjustable VTS rod, try adjusting it. Set to get max top speed all the way up or one down from all the way up. Then trim all the way down for off idle WOT holeshot. I am about 165 and thats how I have to do it to keep the ski in the water. You may also have to get over the bars on a WOT holeshot. What prop do you have? 3 or 4 blade? OneI of the guys I ride with has a full S3 RXP with a 4-blade. I think it hits the rev limiter 4-6 times on a WOT holeshot.

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