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    Wedge on 13 Rxpx

    I know people say you can't use one but has any one tried? And really looked at making it work?


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    Chad I thought about it and I just wasn't sure how it would affect the IBR, so I kinda put it on the back burner. But one would think it would raise the hull and make speed, but how much handleing would we lose?

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    I have tried and if u can make it fit lemme know the ibr wont work with it

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    That sucks . it hits the ibr or flows water different?

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    I wonder how much the neutral adjustment moves the IBR bucket?

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    Troy didn't know I could adjust neutral good to know. That would be in Ibr settings? Haven't had a lot of time to play or ride gonna work on it tonight but prob won't mess with pump till this weekend.

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    if you adjust the trim all the way up you are right on the edge of proposing, my opinion would be that if you put a wedge on it you wont gain anything, even with the riva tabs, if you put them just a tad bit higher than stock the ski will bounce like crazy. there have been some small gains with just a grate from what ive read. maybe just go that route

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    Mine runs its fastest with the trim all the way up and me as far back as I can get, but once down to 2 bars of fuel it likes to porpoise when I do that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IBADTON View Post
    Troy didn't know I could adjust neutral good to know. That would be in Ibr settings? Haven't had a lot of time to play or ride gonna work on it tonight but prob won't mess with pump till this weekend.
    For the life of me I cannot remember which buttons you use, if I was sitting on the ski I could remember. But when in neutral, you use I think it is the up and down buttons on the right side.

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    When your ski is running in neutral just push the up or down arrow buttons and you will see on the dash it will say "neutral adjust" just keep pressing till you get it where you like it

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