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    jet dynamics plate for GP..any good?

    JET DYNAMICS plate with extended concave rear...

    Is this a rough water plate(my guess) or a better speed plate? IF speed is it a better plate than r&d ,riva or the long 97 gp's.
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    You don't miss much !

    I was gonna bid on it to test it out. Had one for my old Raider, but it needed alot of machining. It was very poorly cast.

    Let me know how it works if you win the bid.

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    j-me, it sure looks like a good rough water plate. but this being so long , if your able to rock the ski back a bit with weight transfer and the right angle, it may be a good speed plate... just questioning.
    ( I know alot of jetdynamics stuff in used in CC racing, their best being products developed for the kawi's)

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