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    Can someone explain the trim setting on an Rxp for the water condition, jumping ect, Thanks


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bourkey_RxP View Post
    Can someone explain the trim setting on an Rxp for the water condition, jumping ect, Thanks

    When the setting on the VTS is exactly in the MIDDLE on the display, that is Neutral, or "0"...and if the pump setup is stock, as in, NO WEDGE* ....Here are the settings =

    For choppy water, trim down...from neutral - DOWN...This keeps the bow of the ski down and keeps you hooked up, reduces chance of coming unhooked, and reduces porpoising...

    For jumping, trim up...from neutral - UP...TO get a good POP off waves, trim all the way up...

    For TOP SPEED, one notch or "click" above neutral...This gives you just enough lift on the front while maintaining maximum uninterupted force from the pump...

    Passenger and speed, a few clicks more UP...


    Each ski is different, so try all settings to get the feel of how you like it...

    * * if the ski has a wedge, consider it already at +1 or +2 clicks on the VTS, even though the gauge will not read it....So mentally reduce the clicks by 1-2 DOWN for all settings to get back to stock , ROUGHLY...


    Hope that helps...

    --Danny

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    Dont forget if you have the VTS extention rod your setting will be as they read on the guage..

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    does the ext rod really give you a better hole shot?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamiej View Post
    does the ext rod really give you a better hole shot?

    When used with a wedge, NO...
    When used by itself, no wedge, YES...

    Any time the nozzl eis all the way down, you get good holeshot...Thats why grudge racers put them all the way down, lean forward, and HAMMER it...They don't cavitate, and when jumping on plain, they stand back, trim up, and BOOK IT!

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