looks like you have a hydrolic reverse gate control??? whats with this? curious why.
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Last edited by Squirtcha?; 09-20-2008 at 06:25 PM.
probably safer to have a switch on the wheel to activate that rather than reaching for a lever i guess... So do you have 3 positions, or is it just open and close? How many reverse buckets have you lost because you forgot to hit the button before you nailed the gas...
or it could be on an RPM trigger to open at a set RPM much like a roll control.
Whatever its there for, it works because he was #1 qualifier as i left yesterday! good luck mike! I believe it he''s in the 8.50 bracket.
Tough classed real nice day for this event!
I put a hydrolic on my reverse gate. Mounted switch to the steering wheel.. Like it alot.
When consistency is the name of the game, it's a lot easier to be consistent with a switch than throwing a big lever. I lost a race last year because my reverse handle hung up for just a split second, and that was all she wrote.
If God is your co-pilot, change seats!
Acts 2:38, the perfect answer to the perfect question.
scott and bob summed it up.
the reverse bucket is c02-operated. i bought the system from mpd.
the nitrous and forward/reverse functions in my boat are all operated by switches and buttons on my steering wheel so i can keep my hands on it.
my reaction times got much better when i got rid of the forward and reverse lever.
its tough to put the boat on the trailer in the current at the river and there is no neutral position, but other than that i like it alot.
I was sitting on the rope with cyclone after talking to him on the in ramp, he was in the left lane and me in the right lane. I was only out there for a safety pass I looked over and thought this is going to look really shitty for me Im going to get smoked, next thing I knew I heard left lane legal single