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    should I be getting an RXPX???

    I bought an rxp almost a year ago and it's been pretty good. I've been wanting to build a high 70s mph ski with a killer holeshot. I got the rxp thinking i would save some money and mod away. I've done the x charger, injectors, riva rear air, riva grate, and nozzles. now I rode a friends rxpx with a riva stage 1 kit on it. holy crap that thing is fast! It's much faster than I thought it would be. I'm probably gonna add an aftermarket intercooler to mine but dam I may sell it to get an rxpx as my dealer has two 09 left overs. what do you guys think?


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    You can make a RXPX run high 70's with a killer hole shot for around $1k. Its getting into the 80's that the serious money comes into play. If you just want to go high 70's, then I would get a RXPX.

    I bought a RXPX and ran 77+, but my intention all along was 80+.

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    An External I/C is a HUGE power increase. It will take some work but you can get your RXP to holeshot with a P-X.

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    One thing to also consider is a RXP is safer @ 80+. If you ever decide to go faster.

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    If you can find an X-ECU it will work great and no need for a regulator. You lose a 100 RPM's but dont have to deal with fueling.

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    I think my buddy has an 08 x ecu laying around. Will that hook right up or do I have to take it back to the dealer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WBoulton View Post
    I think my buddy has an 08 x ecu laying around. Will that hook right up or do I have to take it back to the dealer?
    codes do have to be cleared and TPS reset (at least it was on mine). I bought a new key for it so they didnt charge me anything to do it.

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    Never mind he sold it. I do have a holley regulator and wide band laying around. I may just put them in.

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    If you can afford it, go for it. Only live once

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    My ski is up for sale. If someone buys it, I'm gonna get the px.

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