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    Rxp '04 engine in a rxp-x 2009 hull?

    I just bought a new complete rxp-x '09 hull (not a s3 hull) fairly cheap,it comes with everything exept: engine,ecu,engine harness,some pump parts and driveshaft,what will it take to put my '04 rxp engine in that hull?
    I still have all the parts from my rxp'04 ski,what new parts will I need to buy?

    The hull will arrive in next month,so I will love to have the needed parts ready when it arrives .
    Any help will be great


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    You didn´t found a hull on the bådgalleri I guiss just saw you vere looking out for a hull. Were could you but a new hull in denmark ?
    I maybe think there is a diffrent in the exhoust that you will need to fit in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RXP rider View Post
    You didn´t found a hull on the bådgalleri I guiss just saw you vere looking out for a hull. Were could you but a new hull in denmark ?
    I maybe think there is a diffrent in the exhoust that you will need to fit in.
    It is not from Denmark,bought it trough a good friend,it is from France I think,a race team parted out a new rxp-x,but I am not sure where he got it,I just know it has the CE aproval and it is not stolen.

    The exhaust will be custom made anyways as it will be turbocharged.

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    rideplate and intake grate are the two big things....

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    Quote Originally Posted by b_dolla44 View Post
    rideplate and intake grate are the two big things....
    I am pretty sure the new hull comes with the intake grate and rideplate,Thanks

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    You will need a RXP-X drive shaft pumps are the same or you can run a carrier bearing.

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    If the ride plate becomes a problem just buy a rideplate for the X hull, think the hoses on your 04 engine are the same.

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    Good luck with the build, it sounds very interesting

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    Did you get the hull from a guy in california with zero hours on it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mitch411RXP View Post
    You will need a RXP-X drive shaft pumps are the same or you can run a carrier bearing.
    +1, You are going to need a RXPX driveshaft.

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