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    Rideplate

    Is this normal on your rideplate? After being used, this plate was not like this when I put it on.
    OK I put them back on. I didn't want it to get out of hand and someone start blaming Jim for this, because the plate was not like this when I put it on.
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    Whoa Nelly

    Could be some air in the metal from the Manuf.

    Call Jim

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    That's what it looks like. Not normal on mine. Is that an R&D?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WFO
    Whoa Nelly

    Could be some air in the metal from the Manuf.

    Call Jim
    Sent him a picture yesterday.

    Is that an R&D?
    Of course

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    Not normal.

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    Should of gotten an RXP.

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    Looks like electrical corrosion or cavatiation..

    Is you ski grounded properly grounded?

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    LIke it was from the factory. If it wasn't grounded properly how would the efi work? I wonder how many are out there that hasn't been caught. The only reason I seen it is because I have it off because I took the pump out. Don't know

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    Is that Jims plate that has been cut ?

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    Yep, the one you show to the guy on Thursday nite when you were explaining what an angle plate looked like.

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