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    move gas tank

    From what I have seen the gas level has a huge impact on ski performance, has anyone thought about moving the stock tank back an inch or so. Seems like this would help performance since the front could rise more, or am I really off here?


    I took a quick look earlier today and the tank sits on styrofoam and the drawings looks like it is stapped in. I have not investigated completely how easy it would be to move. The filler tube may be a problem, but it appears there is a flex fitting on it.

    So, do you think it is worth messing with?

    Jason


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    Get the wedge and a ride plate, those are both must have for the 250.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ultra250 Tn View Post
    Get the wedge and a ride plate, those are both must have for the 250.
    It`s cheaper and easier to add the wedge and ride plate.

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