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    Good bye vts

    I set the trim just past center and locked it in place. Had some work fine tuning so i could get off the line. I lost a little off the line .50 sec. in 125 ft. but made up for it on the big end ran 79.970 mph and 11.980 sec. in 1/4 mile a gain of .300 sec. What say you


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    I say you did not know how to use your trim correctly.
    You asked.

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    Not what i would expect out of the gate but ok. I think BRP has used a POS window unit that is inconsistent what i did not say i also had my ET go from a .300 to a .010 difference. After having a p for 8 years and racing one for 4 years I can say I have a good handle on VTS and could back up my changes with time slips on how the ski ran.

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    for racing id have thought an auto nozzle would be best?

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    I was hoping the big dogs would chime in and give 02

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    if you are just looking for peak speed, disconnect the trim rod and let the nozzle just do its thing.

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    Jim that would not pass inspection so if it worked thats a no go

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    Peak speed and consistent is a must

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    ya need some of these bad boys perhaps once you get the trim right then lock it off.
    dose ijsba rules state that the vts has to be operational ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jaffabas View Post
    ya need some of these bad boys perhaps once you get the trim right then lock it off.
    dose ijsba rules state that the vts has to be operational ?
    No they do not.

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