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Today I dropped the sponson. I'll try them tonight.



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Yes. I'm expecting sharper turn. Should hook easier to the water with less sliding.

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I almost went on the water for the first time. Dropping sponson add a new level of cornering. The ski doesn't forgive now. Better hold on.

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With the normal drop the ski slide too much.

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No. I like traction. I'll never remove them I find it too dangerous around boats.

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Removing them is like riding a mid 90's seadoo, So d*mn fun. But yeah, don't do it around people/boats.
 

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Sounds like a lot of fun as long as you are riding in waters that aren't too busy. I had never even thought about doing that but just might have to try it out now.
 

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Knowing the kind of tension it will be taking on, did you put locktite on the threads just to ensure it wouldn't loosen its torque over time?
 

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No. No lock tight was there before. Just put Marine Silicone.

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I just removed my Spark's sponsons and found that the bolts weren't sealed all that well. Used RTV silicone on the underside of the bolt heads to make a nice seal. Will be testing it tomorrow, thunderstorms permitting.
 

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