Thread: SHO Wave Jumping
09-02-2008, 05:59 PM #1
SHO Wave Jumping
Im looking into buying a FZR/S more then likely the R but weight wise. How fun is the SHO for jumping waves? I had an Ultra and it was always unsuccessful take off because of weigh(900+lbs). I just want to know because I love going to OC MD and jumping 7-12ft waves all day.
09-02-2008, 07:23 PM #2
Well for that, the SHO in my opinion would perform. I once hit a atleast 15 ft, boy i wentt flyinggg, i reached the bottom of the wave i looked up and it started to break and boy i hit the throttle and i was floating for a good amount of time.. almos fell off when i landed tho! lol
I dont know if anyone has tried, but when i do a spin flat out, when i go over my wave from the spin i come out the water, or little of the ride plate is left in the water.
But the SHO does sometimes try to punch through, rather than go over dependin on what trim setting.
09-03-2008, 05:36 AM #3
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