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    My homemade Blockoffs

    Wanted to share some not so good picks of my homemade blockoffs. And they are powered coated. Ski feels better.
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    Dude they look great. Good job. I love to fab stuff, but never any time to do it.

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    Nice Job...Look`s like the High Price Spread...

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    looks good wilmer... I take it that you made them to race legal specs for yourself rather than making them extend fully way to the back?

    what's the block off length maximum for racing?

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    Very nice job,I'm about to make two pairs for my rxp and my wifes.I'm going to try and get it machined out where I work.There's a couple of thinks I will be working on this winter that will improve handling and maybe 2 mphs more on top end hopfully.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shibby1485
    looks good wilmer... I take it that you made them to race legal specs for yourself rather than making them extend fully way to the back?

    what's the block off length maximum for racing?
    Yea I had to cut them back to 100mm. I did all the mock up with card board and took them to a welder who bent and welded the back plate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jrsrxp
    Yea I had to cut them back to 100mm. I did all the mock up with card board and took them to a welder who bent and welded the back plate.
    How much did it cost you, actual money and your time?

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    Less than 200 bucks

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    I am also working on some sponsons that will sit more out from the hull and ride just alittle deeper in the water. I have a template made up out of wood.

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    looks good Wilmer!

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