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    Rideplate Question

    What skis will this fit? Anyone ever see or use one of these?
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    Looks like an R&D speed plate for the sl 650, 750, 780

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    I just won it on ebay for 9.00



    How about a slt? or just the sl? Why does it say triple on it? thats what I dont get.. unless of course its exclusively for the slt. that would make sense then.

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    Just the sl I think, thats alright, you'll be able to make some cash on it

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    is this stock or what does this help with? im looking to get some more handling out of my sl, but not sure what too look for

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    I will give you your nine bucks back for it. lol.

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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    That is the R&D speedplate. Will only fit the SL.

    Slightly longer than stock 650/750/780 (except SLX 780) for faster planing, but doesn't appear to have anything to improve handling. (unless holding the nose down slightly helps)

    The channels on the OP is what gives it better tracking/handling

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    Hmmm. Should keep the porposing down huh? sweet!. Thanks Xlint, your the man!

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    thanks x

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    I still say a "modified" Virage Batwing plate is tough to beat on the SL/SLX's. Takes a little fab work, but its worth 1-2mph along with increased handling over stock.

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