Thread: filled in those ride plate holes
02-25-2006, 07:33 PM #1
filled in those ride plate holes
I used some loctite epoxie that you knead. It worked pretty well but is a bitch to sand/scrape/file down when you use too much. I filled in all the rideplate bolt holes, grate bolt holes, and the gaps around the intake grate.
Unfortunately I won't know what kind of speed it will gain because I've done other things since my last gps run.
I noticed that my riva grate was flush with the ride plate where the stock grate on my gtx sc is not flush. Maybe about 1 mm difference.
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