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    Package with stock ride plate

    I put my stock ride plate on my ski and found the following.

    1. It handled tight corners better.

    2. It handled in the rough rough water a little better.

    3. It ran 3 to 4 miles per hour slower.

    Akent and I also tested the 87 millimeter nozzzel on his ski.
    We are dead even from start to finish. With the nozzel on his ski he pulled me by three or four boats every time from a dead stop.

    From a roll they were even. He picked up around 70 rpms on the top and lost a couple tenths top speed.


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    Thank god for that ride plate better put back on. Thanks had lot of fun, now that we got water out at 50.

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    seedoolover whats up are you ready to party im comming to florida to party in november

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    Quote Originally Posted by seadoolover
    Thank god for that ride plate better put back on. Thanks had lot of fun, now that we got water out at 50.
    That is a nice way of saying his RXP kicked my but yesterday.

    I had a blast also Elliott. My legs are SORE.

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    Benny before you come get with me will hook up go ride even if you dont bring ski, will mooch ski.

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    Mark- An RXP beat your triple pipe?

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    Ron,

    It was my single pipe.

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    Thank God! Speed run (1/ or bouys? What speeds?

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    87 mm on what pump??

    your saying with the 87 mm, he picked up, 3-4 boat lengths on bottom, and only lost a few tenths of a MPH?

    I might be putting my 87 back on.

    James

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    Quote Originally Posted by flyboy1300
    87 mm on what pump??

    your saying with the 87 mm, he picked up, 3-4 boat lengths on bottom, and only lost a few tenths of a MPH?

    I might be putting my 87 back on.

    James
    James he has an 05 pump in his 03 ski. And yes the results were as above.

    It seems the nozzell works best if you are running a big prop.

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