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    Question R&D intake grate vs. Worx grate for RXP215

    Well I have finally decided to quit fighting my riding conditions. My lake is choppy more often than not, and the Riva grate is just not cutting it. I have heard good things about the R&D and the Worx grate for the RXP215 in chop, but is there a clear winner when it comes to hookup? Thanks.


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    I'm ready to jump ship too.. I have the R&D girdle not installed yet & i've been thinking about the R&D grate for the Ocean crap I ride in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RXP-REX View Post
    Well I have finally decided to quit fighting my riding conditions. My lake is choppy more often than not, and the Riva grate is just not cutting it. I have heard good things about the R&D and the Worx grate for the RXP215 in chop, but is there a clear winner when it comes to hookup? Thanks.
    Worx for me but to each his own in riding skill

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    Hey Rex, stick with the Riva grate.

    Just kidding, I know what you mean about giving in on the lake conditions, we dont seem to get a break on the lake conditions anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpeedJunky View Post
    Hey Rex, stick with the Riva grate.

    Just kidding, I know what you mean about giving in on the lake conditions, we dont seem to get a break on the lake conditions anymore.
    Pump wedge is gone too!

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    go with the worx

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    Worx is the best

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    Wow ---what timming on this post this past weekend was the first oportunity to get my ski on the water since the pump shoe broke up due IMO to the riva grate,,, last fall,, after a new shoe and girdle and install I put the riva grate in and ran 83.7mph was on the limiter at 8600 water was 66 and air was 72 going to the 81mm ring next. Every time the lake got rough the riva grate un hooked in the chop ,,,and IMOP causes the washer slip on the SC,the ski was no fun in any thing but glass water and when the water got like 6 inch chop I always went and got the ultra 250 but since I got a R+D grate with the girdle (came as a kit) I changed it out and WOW what a difference now wakes are fun,, and 6-12 chop the thing feels glued to the water was even able to trim the bow up and still the ski was glued to the water only draw back was a 2mph loss in top end but worth it in every way!!!!!!!!! now want to try the WORX ,, where do I get on of these?????

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    My boat will never see a RIVA grate again........

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