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    RXTX 260 ic relocation bracket ... Home made

    I was sick of waiting for someone to make one ... I know there is one floating around but no more has been made ...

    Don't forget that the 2010- 2011 pump bolts to the Ride plate so there is no bolts inside to blot the old brackets to...

    So here is the start of my heavy duty one ...

    Still have to cut pipes and add extra brace ...

    But I used the sponsons bolts , resonator bolt and front OEM bracket bolt location ... Ain't going no where ..

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    I can get the IC really close with this set up , just using what was left around from the old RXP ... Need to get 2 90deg silicone bends and cut the pipes about half ...

    Then fit a rubber mat under the IC plus straps ...

    I just imagine the throttle response as the OEM pipes are as long as the ski ...lol

    Tell u what , you got to love the room in the new RXTX u can swing a cat in there .........
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    Thanks! I'm gonna do something like this season

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    Not really that hard , just need to use the existing screw bolts available...

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    Here the one I made up

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    Cooler with couplers

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    Quote Originally Posted by SLASHER View Post
    I was sick of waiting for someone to make one ... I know there is one floating around but no more has been made ...

    Don't forget that the 2010- 2011 pump bolts to the Ride plate so there is no bolts inside to blot the old brackets to...

    So here is the start of my heavy duty one ...

    Still have to cut pipes and add extra brace ...

    But I used the sponsons bolts , resonator bolt and front OEM bracket bolt location ... Ain't going no where ..

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    I can get the IC really close with this set up , just using what was left around from the old RXP ... Need to get 2 90deg silicone bends and cut the pipes about half ...

    Then fit a rubber mat under the IC plus straps ...

    I just imagine the throttle response as the OEM pipes are as long as the ski ...lol

    Tell u what , you got to love the room in the new RXTX u can swing a cat in there .........
    I agree. Your bracket isn't going anywhere lol.

    I made 3 total with no front support. Keep in mind the couplers will also aid for support of the cooler which is then strapped down to the bracket and secured with the 3 OEM bracket bolts. All 3 that I have made survived all season long and not a single issue.

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    Scott, where did you get the couplers/clamps?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stuckmoto View Post
    Scott, where did you get the couplers/clamps?
    Ill send you all the info via text

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    I just reused what I had on the shelf from my older RXPs with the Fizzle HE IC. Its a lot closer than OEM and it looks real clean and nice.
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    Scott , did u get better throttle response ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Water4fire View Post
    I just reused what I had on the shelf from my older RXPs with the Fizzle HE IC. Its a lot closer than OEM and it looks real clean and nice.
    But u can use the pump bolts in side , we can't ... Only the 2012- 13 RXTX have had the change back to the pump bolted to the hull ....

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