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    PWCToday Regular riverrider650's Avatar
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    Cutting my ride plate

    I have an extra aftermarket ride plate laying around for my 650sx and I'm looking for some more pop out of the water, what's the best way to cut the plate? Any pics?


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    Re: Cutting my ride plate

    Flush with hull or D cut


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    Re: Cutting my ride plate

    Quote Originally Posted by Rushford_Ripper View Post
    Flush with hull or D cut
    I don't want to but I will sacrifice handling for better pop off a wake, does it really make a good difference?


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    Re: Cutting my ride plate

    D cut works great. Keeps the ski nose proud so that all your thrust is already pointing upward. Use a coffee can to mark it out and use a jig saw with a metal blade , Just make sure you don't cut too deep into the plate. Keep the last cross support on the plate or it will crack from hard landings
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    Re: Cutting my ride plate

    I have a stock 650sx rideplate if you want to experiment before you cut up a good aftermarket plate


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