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    Pro series blockoffs

    I have not heard any good results yet from the riva pro series blockoffs. Does it help your pump stay hooked up in chop? Worth the money?


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    To me it seems to keep me hooked up better and reduces porpoising. Then again I have a rideplate extension so my opinion really doesn't count.

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    I notice a difference on the bouy course, it made the turns real easy, I notice better hook up in the chop.

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    But did you still have problems with the pump staying hooked up in mild chop?

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    Rideplate extension

    Greenhulk can you post pics of your ride plate extension. Does it help.

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    Re: Rideplate extension

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    Greenhulk can you post pics of your ride plate extension. Does it help.
    He already did in other post. He has pics also on his site at www.greenhulk.net

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    Quote Originally Posted by nitro rxp
    But did you still have problems with the pump staying hooked up in mild chop?
    Never had that problem before, I'm 6'4" 240 lbs. at least not in the mild chop.

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    We still have the Pro blocks in stock @ $262 plus a max of $14.55 shipping and insurance. (less if you live closer to FL than the west coast)

    Richard

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    Im still not convince on the 100mm extension of the riva blockoffs. I think they should extend all the way back to the end of the hull to really notice better hookup. I bet I can find a fabrication shop to make them at a lower cost that extend all the way. I wish I would of thought of making some before I move and quit my old job since I made my sponsons there.

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    Yes, they should extend to the end of the hull.

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