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    RXX questions on rebuild possibilities

    I may have the opportunity to get a 2001 RXX needing a new motor for $900. Wondering what rebuild possibilities are out there, would be doing all the wrenching myself if I don't need too many sea-doo specific tools to install a new motor. Any advise on this possible project?


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    i would ask around to see if the standard 951 from the XP Limited will bolt in there....if so then put one of those in 130hp vs 160 i think, though the RXX motor is not rec rider freindly, strictly a race ski..

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    Seems like a great buy - DO you get the old motor too? Many 951 parts out there - my RXX still runs top shelf - I only rec ride it.

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    i guess some are luckier than others...

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    If I saw a RXX for 900, you wouldn't......I would buy it on the spot the aftermarket parts on that ski are worth it alone. that UMI on there will work on any rxp and they sell in the 5-600 range.


    let me know if you don't buy it....

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    Quote Originally Posted by lawracing View Post
    If I saw a RXX for 900, you wouldn't......I would buy it on the spot the aftermarket parts on that ski are worth it alone. that UMI on there will work on any rxp and they sell in the 5-600 range.


    let me know if you don't buy it....
    I agree completley, id buy this ski on the spot if i ran across it.

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    buy it, put an RXP motor in it....FAST!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny View Post
    buy it, put an RXP motor in it....FAST!
    That's EXACTLY what I was thinking...
    JP

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    no the rxx motor is not just a regular off the shelf 951.. they were hand built.. $$$

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    How's the RXX 951 Different than a standard 951???

    I have both of them here installed in our race boats. Besides the case cooler, they are identical.

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