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    Adjustable trim, without VTS

    Just ran across this while browsing parts microfiche's (I do that alot )

    Check out the "adjustable" trim on the SeaDoo 3D. For you RXT guys, or anyone who wants to dial in their trim angle, but doesn't need it to be able adjustable while riding. At a cost of around $60, this may be the option for you. Just something I came across, thought I'd share. You just adjust the nozzle angle with the twist knob, then lock it in place.

    With the exception of the trim ring($37), and some extra bolts/washers, which you may or may not already have, this is what u would need.


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    $5.73   - 266000012   SCREW-ADJUSTER
    $4.49   - 277000203   CAP-GRIP BLACK
    $10.73  - 266000003   PIVOT-THREADED
    $5.73   - 266000002   SPACER
    $5.73   - 266000005   SUPPORT
    $5.73   - 266000004   SPACER
    $3.13   - 277000052   LOCK-CABLE
    $3.77   - 266000007   SPACER
    $16.98  - 272000071   HALF-RING (2) @$8.49
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    $62.02
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    It looks like it could be adjusted on-the-fly if you can do a Reverse Superman... Ron

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    The ski's have taken a "backseat" to the Corvette DarthAWM's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by King_Of_Fun View Post
    It looks like it could be adjusted on-the-fly if you can do a Reverse Superman... Ron
    Dude, I dislocated my shoulder doing a standard superman, now you want us to try it reverse?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarthAWM View Post
    Dude, I dislocated my shoulder doing a standard superman, now you want us to try it reverse?
    Yea!!!! Superman sucks when you CRASH!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jawz View Post
    Yea!!!! Superman sucks when you CRASH!
    Yep... the last "superman stance" that caused me to depart my ski really looked kinda' cool

    But... the water became "Kryptonite".

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    My superman consists of me putting my feet on the spotter "spots"...lol.

    Where a spotter would put his feet wihile facing backwards and watching a skier. At the very back corners of the ski.

    I usually have a small crowd of people watching me run back and forth while testing, trying to figure me out...sitting, squatting, seats on, seatc off, legs in the air, etc. A real circus from shore. lol.

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    LOL!!!!! That is the quote of the century!! That should be this sites freaking mantra!! hahahahahaha!

    Quote Originally Posted by 05Limited View Post
    Yep... the last "superman stance" that caused me to depart my ski really looked kinda' cool

    But... the water became "Kryptonite".

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