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    Handling question

    will shimming the stock rideplate help with handling any on my 95 raider until i can afford to buy a new one and if it does do i shim the front or the rear of the rideplate. i looked all over on other threads but couldn't really find what i was looking for. thanks.


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    shimming the plate will get you speed, but not handling, at least as far as I know. Look for a protec +50mm steering nozzle and an r&d grate to help with handling.

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    Thanks for the info, which one would be best to get first?

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    nozzle helps alot with the handling. The grate helps alot with hookup in choppy water and in turns. I would do the nozzle first, unless you ride in really rough stuff all the time. then go for teh grate first.

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