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    turbotech Puerto rico RXT and RXP in oz, F5 turbo's in these bad boyz!

    after hijacking garage x build thread, i thought i would post up a quick pic of some of the ski's that exist here in oz...

    The RXP is a rec riding ski that does 90mph passes day in day out without issues.. mine is the RXT which has just finished the build and is built for offshore use and is about to be run in...

    big thanks to the boys in brisbane for doing this.. .rxp300hp especially for supervising the build... its a firm middle finger salute to those that said that you could not build a rec riding turbo boat that could do 90mph passes day in day out using majority OEM parts!

    big thanks to brissy watercraft, Gav's work is amazing

    big thanks to Malvin for developing the F5 series turbo's as nothing can touch how user friendly these turbo's are and the sheer power they develop.. over 100hrs on the purple ski already

    and also jerry for helping source some very weird requests!!! and support

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    Nice looking Ski`s Ian !! bet you cant wait to get the red one wet.....

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    Looking good, when do we get to see it on the water

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaffabas View Post
    Nice looking Ski`s Ian !! bet you cant wait to get the red one wet.....
    i was up there a few months ago and rode the purple one.. with the motec.. did not get past 63% throttle...

    once the motec map has been confirmed, this will be then uploaded to my oem ecu then she will be sent home...

    weather conditions have been crap in brissy for the last 2 weekends.. she's a few weeks away still... early signs that its achieving everything we set out to do... i want to stay with the 83mm nozzle for holeshot.. so biggest problem will be finding a prop...

    also, i dont want to go out and snap my driveshaft, so we are keeping the power down to keep it friendly.. until i get bored of it then start turning the boost up

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    How about a billet drive shaft from Ted in AZ?
    Maybe try "Contact Ted Thompson at 602-418-2109 and leave your name and contact number for him to reach you."

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    Quote Originally Posted by 800AMSOIL4U View Post
    How about a billet drive shaft from Ted in AZ?
    Maybe try "Contact Ted Thompson at 602-418-2109 and leave your name and contact number for him to reach you."
    thanks for the tip.. got an email address?? we are on completely different timezones down this side of the planet...

    still the issue of going past 400hp with prop, pump etc... happy to keep it around the 300ish mark as there is no way i can use the power out in the open ocean.. just got tired of supercharger maintenance is why i have gone turbo

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    Hey you are not captain slow anymore!!!!Now you are captain fast
    I like your ski very much,I would like to have it in my garage!!Keep up the good work Ian

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    bunch of comedians!!!

    some rapid footage of the twin turbotech terrors!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbo Retro View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by 800AMSOIL4U View Post
    How about a billet drive shaft from Ted in AZ?
    Maybe try "Contact Ted Thompson at 602-418-2109 and leave your name and contact number for him to reach you."
    thanks for the tip.. got an email address?? we are on completely different timezones down this side of the planet...

    still the issue of going past 400hp with prop, pump etc... happy to keep it around the 300ish mark as there is no way i can use the power out in the open ocean.. just got tired of supercharger maintenance is why i have gone turbo
    Totally, understandable! Skis look great!

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