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  1. #1
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    Jul 2008
    Fond du lac Wisconsin

    Stock rideplate angle

    Money is kinda tight right now so i'm not able to get a aftermarket rideplate for my 1200r. I just shimmed down the front of the plate so its close to flush with the shoe. But what angle is good for rougher water for a stock plate. I know i'll get more speed out of aftermarket, thats the next thing i'm buying. Right now with equal shims in front and back its at 2 degrees roughly.

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    Mar 2008
    Carol Stream, IL
    If your going to keep the stocker for now, I would just shim down the stock plate like we talked about before and leave it there for all conditions. Your not going to see much (if any) difference with that little of adjustment for rough or smooth water.

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