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    What should i expect on the gps

    ok guys all my mods are in my sig. I will have the Jims ff plate installed before i gps it. what speed should i be seeing with those mods?


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    68-70 if the shoe and plate are set-up correctly.

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    yes i will shim the plate and test with different angles and the shoe is sitting perfect.

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    come on guys..32 views! anymore #'s.

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    no more needed, the 1st were pretty good

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    Quote Originally Posted by philip_gpr View Post
    no more needed, the 1st were pretty good
    well that's good to know i really weren't expecting those speeds from bolt-ons i guess it's the jims plate more than anything else though.

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    it's the jims plate more than anything else though.[/quote]

    This statement is true

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    iwould be surprised if it was 70 but 68/69 seems viable. depends on if your setup is correct

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    Smile

    Can you really tell the diff. between 68,70??maybe 25 riders on the planet are that precise to be able to tell the diff. yet let alone put it to good use unless its on glass smooth water with just enough wind ripples to break the surface friction,The diff. between a really good rider and an avg. sit down rider would out run the 70 mph ski with the 68 mph even in a straight line,dont believe me put a 2 yr rider on one of a pair of twin skis put good rider on the other,the good rider will win in even a straight line race on either ski,there are quite a few tricks and weight adjustment that can coax that 2 mph more out of any ski.Hey I'm just talking what does this fifty year old ski nut know ???JMHO>Marvin

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    well i'd tell the difference on the gps.. (accurate speed meter)

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