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    Free flow w/87 nozzle

    I am currently running a free flow with a 87 nozzle. Am I leaving any speed on the table? Should I be running sound supression box and an 85 nozzle for top speed?


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    With the free flow you are leaving a little speed but you are a lot faster out of the hole with free flow and 87 mm nozzle. I run FF and 87 mm nozzle on all my ski's.

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    Thanks for the input Jim! By the way, do you remember my set-up? I sent you an R&D plate that had been worked on and a pair of R&D tabs. You took both, worked your magic, mirrored finished and that is what I've been running. Any changes with your product and set-up for top speed in the past year? Thanks.

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    When you get free time give me a call there is different things.

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