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    Sorry I opened up a "can of worms",Jerry,thanks for your " back to back"testing (that was fast!) LOL,..I assumed you used R&D's seal kit too?,and Fzeer,"inexpensive"?!,$300+....I wouldn't call that inexpensive!...unless your in the "mucho dinero" category!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toofast4you View Post
    Sorry I opened up a "can of worms",Jerry,thanks for your " back to back"testing (that was fast!) LOL,..I assumed you used R&D's seal kit too?,and Fzeer,"inexpensive"?!,$300+....I wouldn't call that inexpensive!...unless your in the "mucho dinero" category!
    Yes you need seal kit.

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    Or any non expanding epoxy and just fill the void in the intake grate. As for sealing the surfaces "Right Stuff" gasket in a can works beautifully but don't put that on until you have it sitting perfectly.


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    I can do a search with plenty of that people give results that the stock FZ SVHO grate is the fastest they've tested on glassy water. That doesn't fit your agenda though.

    No, it doesn't fit your agenda. Please bring on the posts!!!

    My ONLY agenda here is to keep good accurate information here on this forum. Sadly, that's a problem for you as you are constantly spewing misinformation and bad information all over this forum. I am not the only one who will agree to this. EVERYONE has been begging for you to be banned. You are about to be voted off of the island!

    Now back to the topic, we already had d00m post that the R&D grate was faster on his ski and I know of countless others who run the R&D grate and claim it's faster. I look forward to others sharing their input here.
    Its funny cause the guy i bought the grate from also claimed 1 mph difference from stock. Even the guys who run great #'s with the stock intake grate modify the grate by removing one of the bars from the grate which in return leaves a bigger gap for stuff to get in. IMO just buy the R&D and be done with it.

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    It's important to note that things like milled ride plates, intake grates are NOT plug and play. They require fitting and fine tuning to get your desired results. It's very easy to install a Jim's milled plate and R&D intake grate and go slower. A ride plate alone can take months to get installed correctly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by riick370 View Post
    It's important to note that things like milled ride plates, intake grates are NOT plug and play. They require fitting and fine tuning to get your desired results. It's very easy to install a Jim's milled plate and R&D intake grate and go slower. A ride plate alone can take months to get installed correctly.
    I dunno wtf you're talking about.... Not one person has installed a jims cut plate and went slower.. Not one!

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    You've never seen a botched job then. For some reason people like to use 2-3lb of silicone to "fill the gaps" or put so many washers up front the plate hangs below the show and wonder why they lost 5mph. I've fixed two personally so far for ppl.

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    I don't think anyone in their right mind would let you work on their ski. No offense. But you think you know everything but you are clearly misguided. You were arrogant about knowledge 3 years ago when u started with a GPR that u later blew up and you clearly dont know jack now...I fear that one day you and your bad info will get some poor noob killed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by d00m View Post
    Its funny cause the guy i bought the grate from also claimed 1 mph difference from stock. Even the guys who run great #'s with the stock intake grate modify the grate by removing one of the bars from the grate which in return leaves a bigger gap for stuff to get in. IMO just buy the R&D and be done with it.
    I talk to many customers off the forum who give me feedback, good or bad about products and EVERYONE I've heard back from gained speed with the R&D grate. I have not had one single bad review.... not one!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by riick370 View Post
    It's important to note that things like milled ride plates, intake grates are NOT plug and play. They require fitting and fine tuning to get your desired results. It's very easy to install a Jim's milled plate and R&D intake grate and go slower. A ride plate alone can take months to get installed correctly.
    Months to get installed correctly??? Where the fuck do you get this this shit man?

    I have not had a single customer say they went slower from installing a Jim's milled ride plate. Not one! How many have I sold? HUNDREDS!!! Where are all the posts from people complaining they've gone slower? WHERE? Keep your bullshit off my forum.


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