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    extended turn nozzle

    picked up a b1 and it had a longer nozzle, what are the pro' and con's?

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    Re: extended turn nozzle

    Is it too long
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    Re: extended turn nozzle

    Looks like a wb2 stock nozzle


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    Re: extended turn nozzle

    so is it better or worse than stock

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    Re: extended turn nozzle

    The longer the nozzle, the more sensitive the steering.
    At speed, this can be detrimental to staying on the ski...
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    Listen , stop your cryin' , its only an X2.

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    Re: extended turn nozzle

    so cut it back?

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    Re: extended turn nozzle

    I would ride it first and see how you like it.
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