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    Flying Scotsman's Avatar
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    Old school ski pic's

    I have 2 old ski's im sure i,ll get a new one someday but untill I do here's pics of my ski's.

    Merry X MAS everyone I hope Santa brings you all another 10mph for X MAS.

    SCOTT................
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    ....back from the dead.... J-ME's Avatar
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    Cool, we have our own section now !!!

    My old GP.
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    My current GP.

    Currently trying to get the screws off the carbs so I can rebuild them. Letting the penetrating oil soak as I type.
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    Mine as of right now. I hate the splash guard thats on it, but if I remove it it, there will be holes left in its place.
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    Codeman, keep that splash guard! It's ugly, but it works. I have that and a HT "mustache" on mine, and the ride is almost normal.
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    The splash guard is a must on a raider! It's amazing how without one the water splash hits you right in the eyes with every wave you hit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldmanraider View Post
    The splash guard is a must on a raider! It's amazing how without one the water splash hits you right in the eyes with every wave you hit a wave.
    Tru-dat.After riding the GPR's the other thing I noticed,besides the ride quality,is how much shorter it is.My back wont take it for very long at all.

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    Yea, I know it works. Did thoes splash guards come stock on the 96's? Someone said they did. The mustache one I like alot. My dad had one on his and I think it looks alot better.

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    I don't think they were stock. I had to install mine, and I'm the 3rd owner. There may have been a TSB?

    The HT one does not work as well because it funnels the water to and through the bow eye, and then into you face. The white ones keep stop it before it can get up there.

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    I was the 2nd owner and they were already on. My dad drove it too and he doesnt think it was as good as his mustache splash gurad. I dont think so either. When you hit a wave or somethin, the splash guard I have on there seems like it hits the water and slows it down because its so low on the ski.

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