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    Hello everybody. Having watched this forum for a long time I thought it was time to join! After months of watching carefully and reading about everybodies do's and don'ts, dids and shouldn't have dones, I have been trying to build up a fast but bullet proof (if there is such a thing) RXP. I race endurance here in New Zealand and our events mostly are 100miles and depending on the weather can take up to 2hours to complete. You need a boat that can go the distance. Easier said than done. I have moved from the stock class last year to the open class this year and have modded my RXP to gain a few more mph but not with the price of decreased reliability. There is a great wealth of knowledge here in these forums and each theory on mods taken with a little salt has been a great help in getting to where I am now. Cheers everbody. Hope I can share some of what I haved learned.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RXP244 View Post
    Hello everybody. Having watched this forum for a long time I thought it was time to join! After months of watching carefully and reading about everybodies do's and don'ts, dids and shouldn't have dones, I have been trying to build up a fast but bullet proof (if there is such a thing) RXP. I race endurance here in New Zealand and our events mostly are 100miles and depending on the weather can take up to 2hours to complete. You need a boat that can go the distance. Easier said than done. I have moved from the stock class last year to the open class this year and have modded my RXP to gain a few more mph but not with the price of decreased reliability. There is a great wealth of knowledge here in these forums and each theory on mods taken with a little salt has been a great help in getting to where I am now. Cheers everbody. Hope I can share some of what I haved learned.
    Welcome to the forums Mate!

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    Welcome to the forum. Thanks for joining up!

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    welcome to the forum !

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