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    Default Setting berk intake

    So... after hours of PIA work, I pulled my intake to get it machined for a ride plate. Here's what the boat looks like after I pulled it. Is it normal to have 'glass built up along the edges of the intake (green lines) or is this incorrect? I know the area marked by the red circle needs to be built up to allow the underside to be cut out for the ride plate. This area has a lot of resin there so, do i need to gring the resin back untill I hit mat? Also, should i grind out the back area of the glass on the sides that was built up and lay new mat past the edge of the intake or just build it up in between?
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    Hit up JDG911. He can help you out.

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