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    RXT RE Block Off Pics

    Water tested today. Had one leak from the old factory exhaust bock off. Got it fixed.

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    Well, how did it perform?

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    Didnt ride it. Had to take the pump off to seal the back of the factory outlet and after i was done i didnt get out on it. I'm riding itnext weekend with Josh Brian and Shibs so ill report back

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    On your thru hull exhaust was that b***h to install. Mine looks like it would be very very hard (impossible) for a big arm guy to install the silcone coupler for the tip. Are there any clamps used on the tip?

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    Absolute pain in the ass to install.

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    Mike, PM me with your phone number man i was hoping to talk to you earlier. I put one of mine on and it looks crooked. I wanted to see if yours was the same. I think we may be pushing that ride back to the next weekend. It's up to Steve. I really want to see how these REs work though. I'm a little concerned because mine are high by about 1/8 to1/4 of an inch in the front and sit flush in the back. i would think if anything i want them high in the back and flush in the front. May have to egg out the holes a tad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 01xdime View Post
    Mike, PM me with your phone number man i was hoping to talk to you earlier. I put one of mine on and it looks crooked. I wanted to see if yours was the same. I think we may be pushing that ride back to the next weekend. It's up to Steve. I really want to see how these REs work though. I'm a little concerned because mine are high by about 1/8 to1/4 of an inch in the front and sit flush in the back. i would think if anything i want them high in the back and flush in the front. May have to egg out the holes a tad.
    i ask GH the same question on my rxp u want the bottom front even running up toward the real where the lip is so the gap running from top 2 botton on the front of the block & the hull will be less this was hard 2 explain but i hope it helps

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    Just got off the water. Although my speeds still suck (66.0) The handling is amazing. I never though taking of the OPAS woudl do as much as it did. No purpoising either

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