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    Close Course GPRXP for sale

    I am selling one of my GPRXP. This one is setup for handling and rough water capability. It is not just a locked-down standard setup. This ski utilizes a kit from bullett-racing that is no longer sold on the market. The parts are NOT interchangeable with your normal shoe, tabs or rideplate. The ski itself is a 2000 factory race hull, and the engine is a 2006 RXP. Title (AZGF) is clear and in my name in Arizona.

    Will consider any serious offers.
    2000 Factory race hull. Strakes sharpened, keel extended, rub-rails filled. Custom Paint with battle scars… this isn’t a beauty queen. There are scuffed paint, and scratches, and other wore places on paint.
    Red/Black/Silver with Jettrim black seat cover, medium grip, and painted rear grab handle.
    Bullett-Racing full handling kit, with Carbon fiber hull extenders. Transom plate is a modified stocker.
    Custom Carbon Fiber Riva Sponsons.
    Custom aluminum conversion mounts, alodine coated and painted.
    2006 SD fuel tank, regulator, and new fuel pump.
    2006 Rotax engine.
    2006 Riva Ignition, Springs, Injectors.
    Custom 4" rear air intake with water separator.
    Open Loop cooling with thermostat, latest revision.
    Custom Aluminum Oil/Air separator from JEGS.
    Rule 500 auto bilge wired with 3pin-deutch connectors, with dash mounted manual bypass and manual on/off switch.
    Marine Cigarette lighter installed in glove compartment for hooking up AFR, phone, etc.
    Custom 2006 gauge mount.
    XS IC cooler.
    SD pump, 4blade Solas, and 50mm adapter and SST Driveshaft.
    UMI steering and bars.
    Fly racing start/stop switch.
    Ram ball-mount.
    Blowsion fuel cap.
    Engine/pump aligned. Easy to align in future with latest mid-shaft support bracket design. No need to pull engine and "guess" at it.
    Mid-shaft bearing rebuilds are a snap due to new mid-shaft support bracket. No need to pull engine. Pull pump. Pull shaft. Loosen 4 worm-clamps, and remove 2 M8 bolts. Shaft comes right out!
    Front mounted Odyssey 30 series battery.
    Coco Pre-formed pump tunnel fiberglass reinforcement, with SST brackets.
    Hydroturf with custom built side lifter wedges. It is older, but still in decent shape.
    Factory Pipe exhaust and TDR waterbox. Also uses a sound reducer plate on exhaust.
    Over $12,000 invested.

    http://phoenix.craigslist.org/evl/boa/3432662937.html





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    I have a gps run with it at 77 + on 2 foot chop. It really gets out of the hole quickly. Fun ride.

    Well worth the price. Good luck

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    hardest hitting gprxp ever built. amazing ski. It will be missed in the skunk works garage.

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    Don't worry gents. I'm in no rush, and I loves me some reddawgski. I'll probably have it this time next year. I thought I would just throw it out there and see if anyone was interested. If Krista or Ted ever rides it, I'll probably not be allowed to sell it.

    It's resting comfortably under a nice cover, and may be seen at Sagauro on any given day this winter. It's still in the 80's here. I don't think most folks can understand why a sub-80mph @ 8500rpms gprxp could possibly be so fun... until they ride it. I just love these little rotax engines with a good handling ski!!!

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    Good Luck with the sale Mark !! Looks like a nice package

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    Thanks Westy!

    Sale Pending.

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