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    Talking Good day on the lake

    I hit and then broke 70 today. I took 4 runs: first was 69.5, then 70.0, then 69.8, and finally 70.1. I was running on almost fumes by the last run but i didnt start with much gas either. This is all on a bone stock 04 rxp. Just ride plate holes filled and rear bucket trimed. I cant wait untill the performance parts start rolling in. Too bad its at the end of the season.
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    when you trimed the rear bucket did you notice ANY diffrence

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    Quote Originally Posted by thewhitewonder86 View Post
    I hit and then broke 70 today. I took 4 runs: first was 69.5, then 70.0, then 69.8, and finally 70.1. I was running on almost fumes by the last run but i didnt start with much gas either. This is all on a bone stock 04 rxp. Just ride plate holes filled and rear bucket trimed. I cant wait untill the performance parts start rolling in. Too bad its at the end of the season.
    That's good for today. It was hot and muggy on campus.

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    Good deal on bone stock!!!!

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    Looks like you've got yourself a fast ski

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    Quote Originally Posted by eclipsecleaning View Post
    when you trimed the rear bucket did you notice ANY diffrence
    I did the ride plate bolt holes and the rear bucket at the same time so it would be impossible to attribute any top end to the rear bucket but now when its out of the water there is nothing hanging over the pump so maybe.

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    Cool!

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    wht part of the bucket do you trim? wouhld it be that little lip on the bottom of it? and how does it make a speed diff

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    hey take a picture of the bucket for us..

    Glad it all came together...


    Mike

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