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    jpeconsult's Avatar
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    Jul 2007
    Pineville, LA
    I had them on a GTXSC...A wast of about $19. Search how to make them yourself with PVC.

    They were fine for running a stock ski aorund the lake with friends/family, but skip those if you plan on running performance. I have the $100 plates right now. What a difference in the ride/handling. If you can control your ski at idle with minor blurps of throttle, then I suggest removing them. OPAS has been referred to on the forum as "training wheels". --jeremy

    PS - Welcome to the forum

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    How Can I Save 180 Bucks? Todd

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    King_Of_Fun's Avatar
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    Catawba Island, Ohio
    Don't buy the OPAS block-offs 9 times?... Ron

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    actually i still have them on my GTX stage 3, lol

    i think they are still better than having OPAS on

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