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    Starting racing rxp stock

    Hello everyone I am looking to start racing next season in the stock runabout. I own a 2004 seadoo rxp and I'm just wondering what mods are allowed and which are worth the money ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Levs95 View Post
    Hello everyone I am looking to start racing next season in the stock runabout. I own a 2004 seadoo rxp and I'm just wondering what mods are allowed and which are worth the money ?
    http://www.ijsba.com/pdfs/rulebook/2013/part2.pdf

    stock class rules....


    go do a race first and make sure its something you want to do before you go and spend the money on mods and find out its not something your into.

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    you can run a Motec in stock class, as long as you don't change your supercharger or injectors,
    I have seen some 77 to 78 mph stock class skis out there on the line,

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    I have raced in the past, I just installed a stage 1 should that be enough mods to atleast compete ?

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    Local or national tour?

    The best thing you can do is go and run it exactly like it is. You have nothing to lose.

    Or be like me and go all out and goto the nationals without looking at the rules and run open class. Cuz that's the smartest or dumbest thing I've done. I won't know till after West Virginia

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    Joe, if you go to WV say hello to GL for me, he is racing his kawi 300 in the Novic stock and veterans open division, it is one fast ski, and he is one heck of a rider,
    I raced in lake charles and some of the open boats go at least 85 mph +
    Good luck to all,

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    I'm in wv. I'll prob be at the races but I won't be racing.

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    Oh I'm 100% going and racing. I really am excited to get the chance to be on the same course as some of the worlds best

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    how do you plan on competing with the new rxp 260 turning high rpms about 280HP
    or the 300hp kaw with a roots type SC = big boost at lower rpms

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    Quote Originally Posted by Levs95 View Post
    I have raced in the past, I just installed a stage 1 should that be enough mods to atleast compete ?


    Go out and have a good time!!!! You will be significantly slower than all the others out there since all the other skis in that class will be PX 260's or 300X's

    BUT be SAFE!!!

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