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    Question Rpm Gain

    If at the moment with my current set up I'm doing 8390 rpm with a stock non cut plate, what can I expect to gain in rpm's if I put a cut r&d plate and a pump wedge?

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    In other words, what gains in rpm's has everyone seen from stock uncut plate to r&d cut plate.... Or from not having a pump wedge to having one? Anyone?

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    you are not going to gain rpms from a ride plate, only speed

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    I thought since the bow of the ski would lift more off the water not only would I gain speed but also rpm.... At least 0020-0050 rpm's.... Thanks, I guess I was mistaken.

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