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    Did The 2007 Rxt Really Whent On A Diet???

    Dear All,

    Did the 2007 RXT really lost 55lbs or it's just a typo mistake in the specs sheet like the meny other ones?
    If yes, where did it lost them?

    Thanks,
    Gionnik


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    How many times are you going to ask this question? http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=12421 Instead of starting another new post, repost to your original post. Somewhere they cut some pounds. No idea where until the units hit the market.
    Last edited by NCHeel; 09-21-2006 at 05:05 AM.

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    Can you support what you say with some objectives (55lbs is not little and they would advert it in block letters if it would not be a typo mistake) or you are just giving big wind to your teaths???

    Thanks
    Gionnik

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    Quote Originally Posted by GIONNIK
    or you are just giving big wind to your teaths???
    Is he using bablefish to convert his language to English or something?


    As I said we won't know for sure till the units hit the market, till then can only go by the press releases and the SeaDoo website. Maybe the used one less layer of fiberglass. I bet I've took 50#'s of crap out of my ski already.

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    OK

    I undestood...you don't have a clue!!!

    Is anybody more informed than the guy wich took off 50lbs out of his hull???

    Thanks,
    GIONNIK

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    I reviewed the RXT specs and they said that the hull was made of composite which means SMC (sheet molded composite). I thought BRP used fiberglass on the the RXT hull!

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    They say,

    SEMI-V, COMPOSITE FOR THE RXP

    AND

    MODIFIED-V, COMPOSITE FOR THE RXP

    LOOKS BOTH ARE COMPOSITE BUT THE ONLY ONE WICH REDUCES HIS WEIGHT IN 2007 IS THE RXT!!!

    ????????????????????????

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    It would appear that all of the three seaters have gone on a diet.

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    Where does it say the hull is lighter? The ski is lighter. Its all guessing till the skis are shipped to dealers. No one one this forum works for BRP that I know of. Maybe they used thinner gauge wire. Maybe lighter foam in the seats. We can guess at this all day. Since you've asked this question several times in different posts and no one has sent you the answer you crave then just maybe no one knows.

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    Dear All,

    I just called the Italian Importer and they told me that the booklets they recieved two days ago don't report any weight loss for the RXT e GTX limited compared to last year. The web site looks wrong but they will double-ceck with bombardier on the issue.

    Ciao
    GIONNIK

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