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    Talking what sponsons to run????

    I Race a 2004 rxp, Closed Course In Region 6..1200 Stock.. I Need To Know What Is A Good Turning Sponson??? Is There Any.. I Had The Rivas And It Seemed Worse Than Stock,so I Changed Them Back..thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by joe563 View Post
    I Race Closed Course In Region 6..1200 Stock.. I Need To Know What Is A Good Turning Sponson??? Is There Any.. I Had The Rivas And It Seemed Worse Than Stock,so I Changed Them Back..thanks

    what ski?

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    i have read somewhere here, that stock sponsons work the best.
    ithink use stock and remount 1 inch lower?? someone please confirm this...

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    I heard about the same thing, stock, but didn`t hear about changing height...
    I had R&D`s and thought they were really good, bit hard, but I then went to 05 RXP/RXT sponsons on my 04 GTX and like the way they handle...PR...

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    the stockers work best if you reposition them lower, but this requires you to drillnew holes in the hull....per the thread I read here...

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    stock sponsons, lower as most as you can , drill new holes, there is no other way for CC racing.

    the RIVA will throw you off the ski unexpected , and never build up G force

    in the pictures, that James Bushell boat he is the PRO AM Stock and PRO 4-stroce Worldchampion 2006, and leading the European Championship 2007 in Stock Class
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    Quote Originally Posted by joe563 View Post
    I Race a 2004 rxp, Closed Course In Region 6..1200 Stock.. I Need To Know What Is A Good Turning Sponson??? Is There Any.. I Had The Rivas And It Seemed Worse Than Stock,so I Changed Them Back..thanks
    I run my 04 rxp in region 1 1200 limited.I use the R&D sponsons and use the R&D auto drop nozzle. work great. Had worx sponsons, didnt like them.

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    What about those jet wings?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dark_viper42 View Post
    What about those jet wings?

    I dont think the RXP version of the jet wings are race legal

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