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    Problem Solved?

    It is important that when people have solved their problem on or off the Greenhulk site, would share what has solved the problem with their ski. Sharing what solve the problem, will help all of us here. Leaving a post in limbo Or unanswered can’t help anyone.
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    Agreed. A follow up in general can really help someone searching who comes across an old thread. Either with what fixed the issue or what didn’t. Following up on the “what mods” ones helps a lot too. I see a lot of people ask for mod advice and never follow up with what they did and what the results were. Both of these things would be helpful for everyone in the future

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam4pt6 View Post
    Agreed. A follow up in general can really help someone searching who comes across an old thread. Either with what fixed the issue or what didn’t. Following up on the “what mods” ones helps a lot too. I see a lot of people ask for mod advice and never follow up with what they did and what the results were. Both of these things would be helpful for everyone in the future
    I did not think of the mods either.
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    I agree !!

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    I too agree and try to follow up even if on a old thread

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    Mittens 91mph, 9110 rpms, 17.0 lbs.

    I don`t know how you people get up the nerve to go that fast. wow

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    its easy, you mash on throttle and once it sounds like its wound out, you let off and check the GPS in the glove box haha. its not like you do it for a long time. I bet 50-90 back to 50 is less then 5-7 seconds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mittens View Post
    50-90 back to 50 is less then 5-7 seconds.
    Still....50 mph to 90 mph on the water is fast. I give it to you, those speeds on the water is not very forgiving.

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    yes I and anyone else does not want to mess up and come off at that speed.

    I will say on some glass water last weekend I was running 7500-7800 rpms. (in my head felt this should be safter for a longer like a few miles as that's the stock rev limiter).. and the ski was just chilling running 70-75mph haha walking away from all my buddys and ski not even trying. I think at that speed/rpm it was only like 5 lbs of boost too.

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