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    New AAT wetwolf

    http://www.wetwolf.com/

    Looks like a new design.

    Anyone going to try it on a dialed in ski to see if you get any gain with a modded ski.


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    This looks interesting - might actually be a better investment.

    -Brendan

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    Brendan, I think the AAT, esp the new one, would be a much better choice than the Yellow Cone - much more adjustability. I have used an AAT on my 2000 GPR and liked it, gained .8 mph and better hookup. Very quick and easy to play/adjust by switching shuttles in and out too. I will likely get one for my RXP in the spring as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vern
    Brendan, I think the AAT, esp the new one, would be a much better choice than the Yellow Cone - much more adjustability. I have used an AAT on my 2000 GPR and liked it, gained .8 mph and better hookup. Very quick and easy to play/adjust by switching shuttles in and out too. I will likely get one for my RXP in the spring as well.
    Vern: I'm going to talk to those guys ltr today. I think you're right. It's all about adjustability!

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    brendan, let me know how you make out

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    Mike: I most definitely will.

    Vern: How hard is it to interchange the pieces of the AAT cone?

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    Brendan, it literally takes seconds ... once the AAT is installed, you use the long T handle tool that comes with the kit and turn it a maybe a turn or less (it is also spring loaded and 'kept' partly with spring pressure), and the keeper bolt, spring and shuttle(s) slide right out. Put the new shuttle(s) on the keeper bolt, slide it back in the tail cone, quick twist to thread and tighten it, and you are done. No need to dissassemble any pump parts or anything. Nice setup, very tunable, can do back to back GPS runs to see which shuttle works best. Very cool, esp the new two stage shuttle setup. The hubs are high quality machined pieces, very nice.

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    Thanks Vern. That's exactly what I wanted to know. If it's that easy to change then I'm in! Now if they would only call me back.

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    Bruce just got back to me. ORDERED! It's coming next day, so I can test it on the weekend. Talk about service!

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    good stuff brendan, take a couple pics and let us know how it goes.

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