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    Un Necessary Weight and Cluter

    Trying to lighten up the ski a bit started with the foam any other ideas.


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    Leave the foam alone. Removing it will net you almost no weight savings. And if you ever sink your ski, you will wish you had left it in there.

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    any ideas, the foam in the front is already gone

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    Quote Originally Posted by eclipsecleaning View Post
    any ideas, the foam in the front is already gone
    Yea, put it back.

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    too late it in 10 pieces, is it real that bad??

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    just get a long rope with a floatation device... she ever starts going down, at least u'll know where it is

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    a long rope weights to much for me, tring to make her lighter

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    take everything out and just get insurance.

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    get a midget to ride ur ski Take the 4tech motor out and put in a old 580cc.

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    LOL. You would need a Chinese mathmatician with a good calculator to come up with the weight savings/speed gain you achieved with your work. But even a dumb guy like me can tell you that it ain't worth the trouble or the money the foam would save you if you spring a leak.

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