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    Greenhulk skegs and skegged RXP rideplate

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    brand new skegs- $60

    2004-2010 RXP skegged rideplate- $150
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    Pic of the plate please...

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    Thanks brotha..

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    might be interested in just the skegs themself...ill let ya know...

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    How does that Skegged Rideplate compare to Speedfreaks? Just curious from your experience.

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    Looks like a pretty clean rideplate. Do the skegs scrape off top end?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaxsonsmith View Post
    How does that Skegged Rideplate compare to Speedfreaks? Just curious from your experience.
    Never ran speedfreaks plate,BUT i have run one with the skegs and it does track nicely IMO..Speedfreaks is cut or milled down in the back to raise the front of the ski out of the water as were the skegs are used to help it straight line track better...Thats what i want for the wife as she will be running close to 80 this year,i want her to have a ski that she feels comfortable on at higher speeds,not one were the ass end feels like it wants to dance around on her...

    Quote Originally Posted by SuperCharged67 View Post
    Looks like a pretty clean rideplate. Do the skegs scrape off top end?
    Im sure they may scrub some speed,,When i ran them i didnt notice any major if any speed lose....

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    Would there be any benefit to installing this on my stock RXP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperCharged67 View Post
    Would there be any benefit to installing this on my stock RXP?
    Below 70 not really. They help when the craft starts to get near its limits and wants to chime walk in the ass end (side to side wobble)

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