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    2010 rxt-x

    Went out and bought the rxt-x last week...the ski is a lot of fun to ride and handles really well. Still in the break-in period and using the learning key cant wait to use the regular key and see if there is a big difference... here are some picsClick image for larger version. 

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    Mod less, ride more! troyheb's Avatar
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    Why are you using the learning key?

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    it has a 10 hour break in period.. and i was told that if i used the other key before that i would void my warranty ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahartsell View Post
    it has a 10 hour break in period.. and i was told that if i used the other key before that i would void my warranty ???
    Let me guess, the dealer told you that. How many hours you got on it?

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    Dont use that stupid learner key bro. and congrats, that's the baddest factory ski on the planet IMO.

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    As others have said, do NOT use the learners key! Read and read again your owners manual, it does NOT say to use the learners key for break in. I don't have mine with me to quote, but brief WOT runs for short periods are GOOD for the piston rings to set!

    Who ever told you this is an idiot! You will do MORE harm by not getting the ski up to high rpm for brief periods PER the Owners Manual.

    Let the ski warm up completely, gradually increase rpm in 500 increments, let in back down, then keep getting higher and higher rpm, up to WOT, gradually let it back down, keep repeating the sequence. After about 3.5 hours start running it harder, the ECU keeps the rpm and speed under control until 5-7 hours, then full power 7-10 hours.

    Read your Owners Manual AGAIN!!!!

    Congrats on your ski - have fun!

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    Is it me, or do those trailer tires look a little undersized? Nice Ski!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thedirtyburd View Post
    Is it me, or do those trailer tires look a little undersized? Nice Ski!
    change those tires bro, smaller tires will spin more RPM's and will get hot quick specially towing a heavy ski like yours.
    you sure dont want that ski splattered on the interstate, cause I'l assure you B.E.S.T. wont cover it.

    I would really stay away from the small tires and go with the big tires, the ones that look like car tires, nice and beefy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by troyheb View Post
    Let me guess, the dealer told you that. How many hours you got on it?
    where do these dumb azz dealers come from?

    My dealer called me while preping my ski, and said "you want this learning key programed as a regular key right"? Thats a dealer that gets it, plus he could have tried and stuck me for a 2nd key instead of the free one Doo gives us.

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    Get rid of that key and have some REAL fun!!!

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