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    sea doo rxp x 255 bilge

    hello,

    anybody use some bilge on rxp x?

    like this?
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/PWC-Sea-Doo-...d95c18&vxp=mtr


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    You can also buy a similar kit from the store on here, but it is much cheaper to build your own kit. Plus you can get a much larger bilge pump, billet fitting, and even better hoses. A 500gph is fine for getting a little extra water out of the hull if it somehow got it, but if your carbon seal or exhaust coupling let go, it wouldn't be able to keep up at all. I have one 1100gph and I am debating on putting in another. Check out Rule bilge pumps like in that kit or similar brands.

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    If your carbon seal fails I don't think any bilge pump is going to keep you afloat for too long.
    My ski sank in 1 min.
    I was in fresh water and close to shore.

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    I run twin 1100's, and when my "C" clip popped off, moving the collar, they BOTH were working hard but kept it aloat... whew...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mothman View Post
    I run twin 1100's, and when my "C" clip popped off, moving the collar, they BOTH were working hard but kept it aloat... whew...
    For the extra $60, I think I am gonna throw in another 1100. Easy enough to do once one is already installed.

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    yes

    i have a lot water in engine (running time about 1 hour), how i can check is it problem in carbon seal?

    can anybode help with carbon seal part number?

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    Quote Originally Posted by boobie View Post
    yes

    i have a lot water in engine (running time about 1 hour), how i can check is it problem in carbon seal?

    can anybode help with carbon seal part number?
    You need to list your year and model ski when seeking advise or referring to mods!

    Right in the center of the page is "OE Replacement parts store" link, this is a 2008 RXP-X 255 which I am guessing you have. Part # 35 in the diagram. In addition, I suggest you replace the c clip, floating ring, bellows, and PTO seal, oetiker clamp while you have all of this apart.

    http://partsfinder.onlinemicrofiche....TEM---INTERNAL


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    please help me!!!

    i try today put sea doo rxp x on the water with out engine running, i waiting about half hour, so no water in the hull. so problem not in carbon ring?

    when i start up engine, water filled in the hull very quickly. I can't find how water filled to the hull. please help me.

    i arrow where i seen water filled in bottom of the hull

    please help me
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