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    Ride plate modification


    I just read an article on a French racing site that if you do angles holes in the back on the ride plate there is gone be less friction, because air will be pull betwen the plate and water causing less friction at high speed

    But they say it is important to do the angle from the bcak toward the front

    less friction = more top speed

    Is this a hiden racer secret ???

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    sounds freaky
    i saw it on 15f last year. they got 4 small holes but i am not sure if that helps.

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