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01-08-2006, 07:40 PM #11
Were there measured improvements after "filling" the dip?
01-08-2006, 07:51 PM #12
I think ya'll are missing the mod..you sand/file the surface until you get it flat. I had filler in mine because I gound too much material and it poked through on the other side, trying to get the 1200 plate to fit the 1300 extension.
You might want to use a belt sander or air file until you get it flush. Even if you get more angle in the rear, thats a good thing (speed!!). Forget porpoising that can be cured with washers..just get the thing straight and flush, this is most important.
I'm not going to knock R&D or RIVA for putting imperfect products out..especially when you have the ability to make it fit correctly. Trim tabs, plates and intake grates must be fitted to see if they are correct. If they are'nt, you must remedy the situation with sanding and/or grinding..there is speed to be had there fellars. Go to it...it's winter and you need these things to be correct. 2 mph would not be a far-fetched gain from getting things square.
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