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    Trim position for top speed

    Where does everyone have the trim pointed for top speed? I get my best reasons just above half way

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    Usually Top Up for best top speed cuz less drag from ski hull to water! If you start to feel intake grate unhook than trim down a little!

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    Mod less, ride more! troyheb's Avatar
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    Nederland, Texas
    It all depends on mods and which ski you are talking about.

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    JT jpt7779's Avatar
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    Pittsburg, Texas Lake Bob Sandlin
    Depends on water, wind conditions, how much you weigh, the speeds your ski is capable of depending on performance mods, and how much your fuel load is. But as a starting point MY SKI likes 2 clicks below 100% which is also 2 clicks above 50%. As your fuel load gets down to 1-3 bars, which is normally top speed you will have to lower the trim to keep the ski from porpoising. So like everything else on this site, it depends.

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    Eastern NC
    Trim to max rpms

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