Thread: JSU Intake Grate - very nice!
08-09-2007, 02:05 PM #1
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- May 2007
JSU Intake Grate - very nice!
Just received the New JSU Intake Grate today -
It looks nice, fells very 'hefty', if not heavy -
Which is good, as we all need a bit more weight in the rear to get the nose lifted a tad. I am really hoping the Riva Plate will get the Bow up a bit as my wife will not even ride the 250X anymore/ tired of getting water in her face, etc...
I will not install the JSU Grate until I get the Riva Plate - will then install both together
I know there has been some discussion about the wedge used with the Riva plate and Aftermarket grates - Should I remove the 2 degree wedge when I install the Riva Plate and JSU Grate? Or should I leave the wedge on and just see how it goes...
(I guess I can always remove the wedge later if it feels goofy)
Thanks in advance for your thoughts/ suggestions
08-09-2007, 02:15 PM #2
Maybe you got a lemon 250x, as mine is not a wet ride.
Leave the wedge on if you want to lift the nose.
08-10-2007, 10:25 PM #3
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- Sep 2006
- S. Florida
Congrats on the grate. Looking forward to hearing results about the grate and the riva plate setup.
08-11-2007, 12:41 PM #4
If you are riding into a following sea (in the direction the whitcaps are breaking) the Ultra ride is indeed wet....but that goes for the majority of PWC. Want to know what "wet" really is...try a Honda F12 !!!
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