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    Rxpx 260 owners check your rideplate

    Hey everybody. So if you guys with new px's could do me a favor and stick a level on the bottom of your ski and tell me how your rideplate sits. Mine is up in the front and down in the back. I am thinking this is why my speeds are low but I just wanted to see what others plates look like before I start shimming mine. Correct me if I'm wrong but wouldn't this cause the ski to plow the front end?
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    I know mine is almost perfectly flush all the way around. Was just under there yesterday. However, the silicon job is horrible on mine. I should probably scrape off a lot of the extra.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ATNryan View Post
    I know mine is almost perfectly flush all the way around. Was just under there yesterday. However, the silicon job is horrible on mine. I should probably scrape off a lot of the extra.
    If you have a level or straight edge could you double check next time you are working on it

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    Evan did you not get my 3 pics? Dam sprint service. Here you go. I had to pull out my GPR level.

    Mine is angled for sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Water4fire View Post
    Evan did you not get my 3 pics? Send me your email. This dam Sprint service. I sent you some last night.
    Never got em man

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    The top left pic is measured how I used to measure my GPR and I could only imagine how it would affect things if we fixed this for speed? As it is for sure nose down. That would be alot of rideplate work to take that out. WOuld it make it fast as hell? Probably, but how lose would it end up and affect the turning of the ski??

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