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    Opas block off project

    i was looking at the riva Prto opas block off kits and was wonering if anyone had the dimensions for them my brother works at a waterjet company and is going to try and make me a set to try out instead of buying the expensive kits, any help would be greatly appreciated.


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    Don't go with the Riva pro ones, they fail to block the whole of the opening that the OPAS removal leaves behind.

    Go for the Fizzle ones Jerry sells.

    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...oducts_id=2173

    For $268 I would not want to have the hassle of trying to build / construct them.

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    i showed him pictures of them and he said hed have no problem cnc'ing them he just needed measurement/dimensions

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    I would rather have dimensions to make a set of sponsons

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonnan View Post
    I would rather have dimensions to make a set of sponsons
    +1.... I have a CNC Mill and CAD software ready to go if someone has some drawing specifications

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    leave the opas on, adjust them correctly, drop the stock sponsons and go with an extended steering nozzle-- hold on...

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    Are there holes already drilled to drop the stock sponsons on the hull? If not how far down do you move them? I'd be wiling to bet that new sponsons could be made with a table saw and router table, if somebody had the measurements.

    Paul

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    I am working in drawing the block off plates for my 2002 GTX. If anyone wants the drawings or a set of plates just email me.....Thanks
    [email protected]

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    [QUOTE=Spoon045;2091664]i showed him pictures of them and he said hed have no problem cnc'ing them he just needed measurement/dimensions[/QUOTE

    Sooo... you want to copy their work using their research and development for your own gain--essentially stealing their work?
    Yea... no.
    Pay to play or spend the time with res&dev for your own product. Heck, you may design the new 'hot' item with a little brow-scrunching and sweat.

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