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    Never owned a ski with vts before please advise the best settings for use flat/chop conditions down or up?


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    Chop = 1-2 clicks up from center
    Smooth = 1-2 clicks down from top

    Stock machine, no mods.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dnielsen View Post
    Chop = 1-2 clicks up from center
    Smooth = 1-2 clicks down from top

    Stock machine, no mods.
    I find I get better hook up in chop a couple more clicks nose down. Gets a bit sketchy sometimes bashing through.

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    In chop i like to go a few click below center,depending how big the waves are,the bigger ,the lower you go.

    On glass,two clicks above center gives best speed.

    If you like to play,go to the top positon,now you make best jumps and donuts.

    Center position will work in almost any condition,it's abit personal preference also.

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