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    Any gains by removing reverse bucket ?

    Ive been thinking of removing the reverse bucket as I hardly ever use it. Are there any gains by doing this ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by MIARider View Post
    Ive been thinking of removing the reverse bucket as I hardly ever use it. Are there any gains by doing this ?
    No

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    I have no proof but when I run a wedge the thrust still hits the reverse bucket.....even with it trimmed.....I know it couldn't hurt performance.....but I doubt you'll see any gains over .5 mph if that

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    Quote Originally Posted by MIARider View Post
    Ive been thinking of removing the reverse bucket as I hardly ever use it. Are there any gains by doing this ?
    Makes the pump area look a hell of a lot cleaner and easier to work on. Also no more need to worry about it flopping down on you. As far as speed gains...if it's not blocking the exit flow from the steering nozzle there is no gain.

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