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    instructions leo's wedge

    tested with 87mm nozzle & vx prop,boat prop.test with 85mm nozzle & dynafly prop.adjust the trim out.and adjust your steering out.on the steering i recommend adjusting a little at steering nozzle and the rest inside by the steering.


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    make sure nozzle vein's line's up with pump vein's. if not line up correct you will lose speed.
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    make sure nozzle line's up with pump wedge
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    make sure nozzle clear's rideplate
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    make sure bolt's clear's rideplate
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    make sure wedge clear's rideplate
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    Part 1

    Make sure to adjust the steering nozzle as that could shave speed if not corrected.
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    Part 2

    Make sure to adjust the trim as that could shave speed if not corrected.
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