Anyone make a ride plate to fit the SD-309? I know Place makes one for their droop snoop, but I don't want a droop.
The only tried and true "Bolt on" ride plate I know of is the Place "lift kit" but the droop is required to make it work , maybe give some thought to an off season project and pull your intake for machining and ad an intake mounted ride plate beyond the "grunt labor (engine and intake removal) , this is a fairly straight forward and simple task , call or PM for more info TomAnyone make a ride plate to fit the SD-309? I know Place makes one for their droop snoop, but I don't want a droop.
There are 2 holes in the bowl , that particular Bridge was configured to fit that "C" bowl TomThat looks cool. How many holes had to drilled in the bowl? Do the holes go completely through? My boat with the 2" x 15" welded on tabs is very hard to dial in. They adjust with a mallet. Slight changes can make a difference of 3-5 mph and flat calm or extreme proposing. I take it the ride plate dies the same but is more precise when adjusting. I want to be able to trim all of the way up without bouncing, but also without scrubbing off top end speed. Is a ride plate like that one likely to do this?