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    Trim control options for GPR

    Is the twist grip control the only option for GPR trim ? I dont want a drop nozzle set up.
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    You can do a freestyle mod to it.

    Basically you will have a leaver that activates the trim. (lifts the nozzle when its pushed )

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    Quote Originally Posted by YudLuz2 View Post
    I'll take it Ben!Just bring it to the bug

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    Its yours.

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    So the Riva one lets you move the trim up and down just as the stock one does ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrbtd View Post
    So the Riva one lets you move the trim up and down just as the stock one does ?
    The one that Ben is selling is what you are looking for. Looks like a brake handle from a motorcycle and it defaults the nozzle angle to either up or down (your choice, but most leave the position to the "up" position) and when you pull the lever, it will move downward to bring the nose of the boat down, specifically for taking off and going into turns. Lots of racers have used this set-up in the past.

    It also cleans up your handle bars and allows you to have custom grips on the bars without the huge yamaha plastic trim assymbly.

    Here is a pic below of what it would look like on your ski. This is my old ski that i used to have. Click on the pics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ABBOTT View Post
    It also cleans up your handle bars and allows you to have custom grips on the bars without the huge yamaha plastic trim assymbly.
    This is exactly what I am wanting to do. Thanks for the help John.

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    I have one as well if anyone is interested, complete unit with the cable, lever system and throttle lever.
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