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    Default opinions on place diverter,s bolt on rideplate??



    Is this worth doin if a guy wants to buy a snoot anyway or a waste of time & money (just the plate) . is this potentally worse than a real ride plate?

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    Never used that set up before but Im sure it has its pro's and con's. Sure someone will chime in soon.

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    i ran it on my hallett and it work good, the boat rode better and pickup a mph or 2.
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    If you're looking to do further modifications down the road > I'd save my money and put it to good use doing a ride-plate/shoe/droop setup.
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    I see it as a quick fix bandaid. It may address a wet ride issue, but I think it comes up short to a well thought out and proven full ride system.

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    I had one on my previous boat, but now have a full setup which works much better and is way more adjustable. I agree with all the above comments. If you do go the Place setup route, call Tom at http://www.jetboatperformance.biz/pa...op_snoots.html. He's got the best prices on these. Good luck...
    BTW, That avatar...Holy sheeeez! Nice

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    hard to justify pullin the intake .boats togather & works good .Looks like its a job for when the boats completely apart. A guy would have to get alot of professional work,right? intake reset,machining.etc.

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