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    New member couple of ?'s

    First off im new to the site and this is my first RXP, Im coming from an 03RxDI. Loved my DSI and IM sure ill love the RXP.

    I bought a 06 viper red from a dealership in Ohio. IKt has 4hrs on it. They installed a thru hull exhaust on it and a complete riva stage1 kit. My question is am I gonna have problems because this machine isnt even broken in yet and already its modded pretty good.

    Not that it matters but it also has the riva pro block off plates.

    Any help guys would be much appreciated thanks

    Oh and it has a 15-20 prop.


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    Welcome to the forum!

    You wont have trouble with it, those are very light mod's. It's over proped though and i will be surprised if you get top RPM's out of it. You will probably have to take a little pitch out of the trailing edge of the prop.

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    read this to get you started...

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=19887

    welcome to the site. the machine will be fine even tho it's not broken in. thats barely modified by our standards, lol... but a great start to mods.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    Welcome to the forum!

    You wont have trouble with it, those are very light mod's. It's over proped though and i will be surprised if you get top RPM's out of it. You will probably have to take a little pitch out of the trailing edge of the prop.
    jerry ive been at your store again for 04 rxp parts, i've had to order cos folk want me to install the parts, at this rate i'm going to be the repairer of all the ski's here, bye bill

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    I thought the same thing about the prop.

    The dealer seems pretty knowledgable on these machines, he suggested he install the vortech wheel for the supercharger, would u say go for it or hold off on that for now?

    Do u suggest him changing the prop to a 14-19? or just stick with whats in it.

    Let me about the wheel too cause if I want him to do I have to let him know tomorrow.

    Thanks guys much appreciated.

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    EZ Dock of Long Island Shibby1485's Avatar
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    that vortech wheel is useless... get way more for ur money elsewhere

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    Is the concensus to get the dealership to put the 14/19 prop in before I takew delivery or should I just leave the 15/20 thats in it?

    Oh and If I did the SC wheel, if not the vortech than which one.

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    LOL he hasnt even picked it up yet and he modding...Thats great Welcome to the forum now open your wallet

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    Did some digging last night and Ive come to the conclusion that the RR wheels is a way better route, saw a post where a guy was seeing 9.6 PSI running the RR instead of the vortech.

    And yes I have the modbug, had it all my life and unfortunately for my wallet it seems to just keep spreading.

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