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    Question Worx Ride Plate

    We hear alot of R&D & the VX plates.
    Has anyone used the Worx FZR plate?


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    for closed course it is heaps better than the R&d
    not the best flat water straight line speed plate

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    Anyone have pics of the WORX plate? How does it look compared to the R&D and VX?

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    I'll snap a pic and get it up in a sec. It's the best plate for OPEN rough water and best handling plate by far but i've noticed compared to the stock plate it kills up to 3 mph in the calm.

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    Cool

    https://www.worxusa.com/UC.cfm?CFID=...TOKEN=58558902

    guess you'll have to buy from Australia
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    Quote Originally Posted by yami_rida#26 View Post
    I'll snap a pic and get it up in a sec. It's the best plate for OPEN rough water and best handling plate by far but i've noticed compared to the stock plate it kills up to 3 mph in the calm.
    It's 3mph slower than a STOCK FZR rideplate?!

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    Don t be fooled by the loss off speed if your chasing over all top and straight line speed this is not the plate for you.

    But if your open waters rough choppy water and racing CC or Enduro this plate will work allot better as you will stay hooked up longer so over all you will be faster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mik72e View Post
    Don t be fooled by the loss off speed if your chasing over all top and straight line speed this is not the plate for you.

    But if your open waters rough choppy water and racing CC or Enduro this plate will work allot better as you will stay hooked up longer so over all you will be faster.
    +1 the 3 mph doesn't make one bit of a difference in the ocean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mik72e View Post
    Don t be fooled by the loss off speed if your chasing over all top and straight line speed this is not the plate for you.

    But if your open waters rough choppy water and racing CC or Enduro this plate will work allot better as you will stay hooked up longer so over all you will be faster.
    Quote Originally Posted by yami_rida#26 View Post
    +1 the 3 mph doesn't make one bit of a difference in the ocean.
    I understand that but holy $#*%.

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    It looks SWEEET!

    I wonder if you could convice SHREDMASTER to develop a plate.

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