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    somebody do a how to on jetpump remove with ibr

    Somebody do a how to on jet pump remove with ibr please


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    did you see this for the 2010 rxt-x?

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=137116

    this is what i used as a guide for the 2012 rxp-x. pretty similar and actually the 2012 has less to remove. once you get the gate out of the way, you remove the 4 nuts off the pump studs and the whole pump assembly comes right out.

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    Not as hard as it looks.
    The hardest thing for me was remebering which buttons to push for the IBR override.

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    I had to remove all the iBR stuff recently. Was a huge pain in the ass. Mainly because my gauge cluster was destroyed and I couldn't access the iBR override.

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    I have some pics on my puter at home.
    I will try and post them at lunch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobKman View Post
    did you see this for the 2010 rxt-x?

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=137116

    this is what i used as a guide for the 2012 rxp-x. pretty similar and actually the 2012 has less to remove. once you get the gate out of the way, you remove the 4 nuts off the pump studs and the whole pump assembly comes right out.
    Used this guide as well and it is definitely easier on the PX. Took 35-40 minutes for me to removed the iBR, pump, and prop my first time and I had never done one on any ski before.

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    This thing first

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    Next drop the bucket all the way down with the ibr override and remove these.

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    This will allow the bucket to drop down even more so you can get to these. Reverse bucket will come off now.


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    I raise the ibr back up, it seem that acces is easier. Remose these and the pump then comes out normal.

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    Troy, did you use silicone on the screws when you re-installed that iBR guard?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheEngineer View Post
    Troy, did you use silicone on the screws when you re-installed that iBR guard?
    Yes, just a tad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by troyheb View Post
    This thing first

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    Next drop the bucket all the way down with the ibr override and remove these.

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    This will allow the bucket to drop down even more so you can get to these. Reverse bucket will come off now.


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    I raise the ibr back up, it seem that acces is easier. Remose these and the pump then comes out normal.

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    You don't need to disconnect the steering nozzle?

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