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    Smile Best 300x offshore set up

    What ride plate and intake grate is the best for speed and cutting through ruff water?


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    r&d for sure

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    thought you only had a 260
    Quote Originally Posted by DJBL3ND View Post
    r&d for sure

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    true, but i rode my friends 300x and he had r&d rideplates and grate. once he turned the trim down it stayed on the water nicely.

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    I'm still undecided...

    For closed course, the Farthing plate/grate work awesome...For constant offshore riding, I almost like the stock plate/grate better. It seems to skip thru the rough stuff, instead of plowing thru and isn't as harsh when getting off the throttle. Haven't had that much time offshore yet, but so far this is the impression that I get.

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    Keep it 100% stock minus handlebars and maybe a wet pump and exhaust

    Almost stock for offshore

    For now at least

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    Quote Originally Posted by Socaloffshore View Post
    Keep it 100% stock minus handlebars and maybe a wet pump and exhaust

    Almost stock for offshore

    For now at least

    wet pump?

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    Quote Originally Posted by boostedf12x View Post
    wet pump?
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...light=wet+pump

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    Thanks! Whats the advantage of this mod? Lasportmn what would you reccomend the Riva intake or R&D stock box high flow filter?

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    As far as the advantage of the wet pump, I personally do not know but should be easy to find out. It has been discussed a time or two but I just don't remember since it was something I have not done. Not saying you should or shouldn't. Just search it.
    As far as the answer to your other questions, it is only my opinion. I have been running the Riva. I have not had any issues yet. I do not spend as much time offshore as these other guys so again I say only my opinion. Many have said to leave the stock air box just for the added piece of mind. I guess if you are building a race ski, the question you should ask yourself with this or any other mod is, Are the rewards worth the risk? Granted many mods have no added risk but some do. This is just not my area of expertise.

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