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    Les Cooke improved set up?

    Hi all, i know Les Cookes old style washers slipped alot quicker. However my local mechanic told me they have been updated. I looked on the website and they dont seem to be the yellow type they once were,but i could be wrong.... Also there some for standard rpm and heavy duty for modified rpm no price difference either....Im thinking why not just fit the heavy duty ones first up and be done with it?....Ive emailed the company and im still waitin for a reply. tried to ring but lines busy all the time....Can anyone confirm this?......Has anyone used them with good results? IF they still are the old style i will cancel my order and order some from Jerry..... Thought someone from Australia might read this and might have tried them, im sure most of you would be running the Green Hulk ones.. Thanx


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    I've also tried many times to ring the number listed on the Seadoo Centre website; without any success as the number is constantly engaged.

    Given I travel to Melbourne each month, I'll visit the workshop and have a chat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sutto View Post
    I've also tried many times to ring the number listed on the Seadoo Centre website; without any success as the number is constantly engaged.

    Given I travel to Melbourne each month, I'll visit the workshop and have a chat.
    Cool, ill keep trying from this end.

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    Green Hulk / Sea Doo Centre

    It's my understanding that Green Hulk & Sea Doo Centre have become affiliated . . . I think that means that Jerry can order what you want from Down Under. ? Otherwise, John at [email protected] is quite helpful in obtaining Sea Doo Centre stuff.

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    I use Seadoo centre to do all my work and his products and workmanship are fantastic, He has a very busy workshop thats why you might find it hard to contact him. The upgrades i've had done have been better than perfect i highly recommend Les's shop.

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    Hey Jase,

    Whare are you located? Im in Australia.....

    Whats your Ski specs and what Les Mods do you have?

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    The first set we got had a coating. You had to scratch the coating for best results. The second set the coating was removed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rxpstan View Post
    . The second set the coating was removed.
    Imagine that!

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    Thanx for all your input guys, i rang Piranha parts as it happens their office is in Perth. Whats even better is im 10min drive from it,so i wont have to pay for shipping! Im just going to go with the heavy duty set and be done with it. Now i just need my ski to put them in ha ha. Two weeks to go i hope......

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    Quote Originally Posted by US PERFORMANCE View Post
    Hey Jase,

    Whare are you located? Im in Australia.....

    Whats your Ski specs and what Les Mods do you have?
    Gday Jas
    Im in Melbourne
    i have an 05 RXP with a c kit with rising rate fuel pressure reg, 4 inch air intake, bigger fuel pump, skat prop, intake crate les cooke sponsons
    and loving it

    Thanks
    Jason

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