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    just GOT TO DO IT! great lakes gpr 1200's Avatar
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    Hole shot won't stay in the water.

    I have a simple problem: When I pin the throttle from a dead stop I bet I could jump a tube, the damn thing goes vertical. I have a stock plate modified by Harry. an a aqua vane intake by R&D, Would a R&D plate being longer help this? If Not I'l deal with it I Love the speed and handling the way it is. It does not cavitate at all.


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    stupid ? which way is your trim? up or down on the take off?

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    yeah, utilize your trim and body positioning to maximize the best take-off. sounds liek you haev alot of power you need to tame now

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    trim is nutral. I don't like to shift trim under power. not good on the equitment. don't like to let of to shift trim in a drag race.
    thought there might be a smart way to rid my self of the huge jump. with out the torque on the grip and cable.
    I guess if I just put out the money on a longer ride plate (like an R&D) it would be more manageble?

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    lean over the nose,trim nuetral,pin throttle,then as it hooks up transfer your body weight to the rear...works for me.....mine pops a wheelie in the water

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    Quote Originally Posted by txgp1300r
    lean over the nose,trim nuetral,pin throttle,then as it hooks up transfer your body weight to the rear...works for me.....mine pops a wheelie in the water
    Yep, get your body weight way up over the hood and then pin it. Gradually move your big ass back after it planes out

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    cool that's easy to try

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    Hey Voodoo I see On the map we don't live to far a way. we need to tare up some water together this summer...

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    are you going to mudbug i would like to get together my dad lives in ludington

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    Quote Originally Posted by great lakes gpr 1200
    Hey Voodoo I see On the map we don't live to far a way. we need to tare up some water together this summer...
    Ya I noticed that as well. Looks like you are Muskegon? I live in Berkley, near Detroit, but I keep my ski up at Lake Charlevoix once it gets warm up there. We have a place on the South Arm of the lake and it's very long for speed runs! Usually have nice light chop on the South Arm and nice swells to jump out on the big part of the lake.

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