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    NOONZ's Avatar
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    Oct 2009
    Port Stephens, NSW, Australia

    Question Do performance sponsons slow you down?

    Hey Guys,

    Looking at getting a set of Riva or Worx Sponsons for my 08 PX. First question is will i lose any top speed? and which brand would you recommend?

    Cheers Matt.

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    May 2012
    Both brands are good.
    When there adjusted down it causes more drag but make better turning ability.
    For speed runs just adjust them all the way up.

    Either way I don't think your going to notice a speed increase or decrease.

    When they are down make sure your locked in because where ever you point the ski in a turn she's going to bring you there like your on rails...

    Rip on...

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    Aug 2012
    Sydney Australia
    As previously stated they're both good and make a massive difference to the ski, turning is much more accurate, predictable, more fun and a must If your racing, I could never go back to stock sponsons.

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    Melbourne AUS
    It's a must for pre T3 RXP. All the way down.

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