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    On way to get new 300x!!!!!!!!!!!

    gotta 12 300x, anything i need to know mantainence wise or else? I know on the rxp-x i have needed washers replaced in the supercharger, any concerns with the 2012 300x?? THANKS


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    the BIGGEST concern is going to work the next morning with a STUPID GRIN on your face and sore arms

    even in stock form they will impress

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    Hihihihi, so right Waz.....they will ask "Whats wrong with him, he's had a smile from ear to ear all day but looks like he is in agony"

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    Be prepared to do 10x the scheduled maintenance of any other ski made.....lol Just kidding! Blow out your water box when you are done riding, flush, fog and clean engine bay if you ride in salt. Take 5 min and check your oil and s/c belt every other ride. Do lots of preacher curls to hold on.

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    Make sure your passenger hold tight i've loss a few

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    Quote Originally Posted by stangbang View Post
    Be prepared to do 10x the scheduled maintenance of any other ski made.....lol Just kidding! Blow out your water box when you are done riding, flush, fog and clean engine bay if you ride in salt. Take 5 min and check your oil and s/c belt every other ride. Do lots of preacher curls to hold on.
    "FOG AND CLEAN ENGINE BAY", well as it stands right now i own a sea doo rxp-x, and i spend 20 mins every ride doing a "post detail" so i flush, clean with soap, spray with crc-656 , but what is the "fogging" you are refering to??

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    i was mostly interested in any manufacturer defects , ik with sea doo the SC washers had to be replaced, sooooo i guess only sea doo f&*&s up??

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    Quote Originally Posted by MONSTERMATT View Post
    i was mostly interested in any manufacturer defects , ik with sea doo the SC washers had to be replaced, sooooo i guess only sea doo f&*&s up??
    make sure your impeller has been loctited to the shaft...

    Chad

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    Quote Originally Posted by MONSTERMATT View Post
    i was mostly interested in any manufacturer defects , ik with sea doo the SC washers had to be replaced, sooooo i guess only sea doo f&*&s up??

    pretty sure they all can F up....Ive heard of Ultras melting cylinders lol. More so than ever its the "user" error that can mess stuff up. Running low octane fuel, jumpin tooo hard, 360s, doin the submarine and ingesting water, sucking up stuff, etc...

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    Yep, that's right.

    There are no common or persisting manufacturing faults.

    Have fun.

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