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    Sorry dude, don't know what to tell you, that what I am seeing. Dash tends to run 1-1.5 mph higher than our GPR, which I think is pretty typical, right? Speeds posted are on two different days on two different devices, two different riders, multiple directions, both pretty crappy weather. Can't wait for cooler temps!

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    No way, those temps and humidity with a 135 wheel will you be running 87 dash with a T3 hull. Just not happening, I'm seeing that with a 142 wheel, and 500asl.[/QUOTE]
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    Quote Originally Posted by moparguy View Post
    No way, those temps and humidity with a 135 wheel will you be running 87 dash with a T3 hull. Just not happening, I'm seeing that with a 142 wheel, and 500asl.
    I love how everyone things that there is a specific formula for these skis, like everyone's ski should run this way in this condition, blah blah blah, you guys are nuts, no two skis are the same


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    Quote Originally Posted by Water4fire View Post
    Man I am not to sure about that. I loved mine. But I did not like the shutter. But it was pretty dam nice for just a $600 upgrade.
    by shutter do you mean sounds like a sequential blow off valve ? Because i have that with my stock SC

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    Quote Originally Posted by meeper View Post
    I love how everyone things that there is a specific formula for these skis, like everyone's ski should run this way in this condition, blah blah blah, you guys are nuts, no two skis are the same
    When Snyper whose motor was built by Evan at Eastside, had his ski fully dialed in. Early spring in 60 degree weather he was running 85 gps. A screen shot of a phone gps doesnt prove a whole lot. Speed could have been measured anywhere, not necessarily on the ski. It takes alot to push the t3 hull mid 80s and beyond. A 135 wheel in 90 degree heat it just isnt happening unless the rider weighs 70lbs. Or you have some secret hull and pump setup, that no one else has ever figured out. Alot of us would love to see those numbers in the heat with that wheel. With those being your summer speeds, your fall/winter. You would be almost clipping 90 with a 135 wheel? Never ever happening.

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    I ran 83.1 (84 cluster) in my T3 4tec last year, August, with et135 and cam. I think with 1.6L and better cam and more aggressive tune it's possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moparguy View Post
    When Snyper whose motor was built by Evan at Eastside, had his ski fully dialed in. Early spring in 60 degree weather he was running 85 gps. A screen shot of a phone gps doesnt prove a whole lot. Speed could have been measured anywhere, not necessarily on the ski. It takes alot to push the t3 hull mid 80s and beyond. A 135 wheel in 90 degree heat it just isnt happening unless the rider weighs 70lbs. Or you have some secret hull and pump setup, that no one else has ever figured out. Alot of us would love to see those numbers in the heat with that wheel. With those being your summer speeds, your fall/winter. You would be almost clipping 90 with a 135 wheel? Never ever happening.
    Evan @ east side? Interesting

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott View Post
    Evan @ east side? Interesting
    Chris, my bad 9 million things go on at once.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moparguy View Post
    Chris, my bad 9 million things go on at once.
    Haha all good

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