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    Ocean pro R

    Ocean pro r plate. 70 plus shipping. Niiiice. Looks hardly used!
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    i'm no expert but that looks like an o plate to me.....

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    MIG, I thought it was an OP O plate as well. but lined i tup with my OP O plate. and the O plate is longer...im pretty sad about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miglater View Post
    i'm no expert but that looks like an o plate to me.....

    The difference can be seen from the top of the plate. The O plate has about 3 inches beyond the last rib on the top of the plate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BryanP View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Miglater View Post
    i'm no expert but that looks like an o plate to me.....

    The difference can be seen from the top of the plate. The O plate has about 3 inches beyond the last rib on the top of the plate.
    is it any longer than the stock plate for an extended pump?

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    I think its a better plate than the stock one. THe grooves in it help tracking and the angle of the plate is a little different, which helps keep the nose down. It would be a worthwhile add on to your SL 900 I think

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    Mig, i have an OP R plate on my 99 SLX.. you saw how it went. i never rode it with a stock plate . so cant tell on the differences from stock to the OP R

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    Quote Originally Posted by BryanP View Post
    Just seen this, it had what I wanted to know Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BryanP View Post
    I think its a better plate than the stock one. THe grooves in it help tracking and the angle of the plate is a little different, which helps keep the nose down. It would be a worthwhile add on to your SL 900 I think
    ya I think itd be good on an SL900

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