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    New Sea Doo RXP owner

    Just bought my 1st PWC yesterday...a 2004 RXP

    took it out for a little trial run after I got it on a 79 degree day w/ smooth waters. The thing really hauls.

    I happened to see a review by BertInTexas and emailed him to see if he had an update and he gave me some great info and a link to here. anyway I plan on doing a lot of reading and learning.


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    Congrats Mike and welcome to the forum.Anything you need to know,these guys can answer!

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    Hello mike, welcome to the forums. You might want to start browsing the how-to section. There's a ton of info in there!

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    Welcome, you picked a good first PWC

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    Quote Originally Posted by miketrin View Post
    Hello mike, welcome to the forums. You might want to start browsing the how-to section. There's a ton of info in there!
    definately. I've been browsing thru some of the section. I bought mine from an older guy ~60. He got it because his grandkids wanted him to get one to ride w/ them...well it had a total of 11.4 hrs on it.

    It hadn't been out this yr so I guess maybe I should change the oil soon? It ran great.

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    Nice!

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    Welcome to the forum! Get metal washers for your S/C as soon as possible..
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...071#post243071

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    From one new guy to another, Welcome. Alot of good stuff on here!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RXP Steve View Post
    Welcome to the forum! Get metal washers for your S/C as soon as possible..
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...071#post243071
    no kidding. that will probably be an upgrade for next yr. ~crosses fingers~

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    Quote Originally Posted by usafmike View Post
    no kidding. that will probably be an upgrade for next yr. ~crosses fingers~
    Dude dont wait till next year, If I had a SeaDoo, I wouldnt even put it in the water with out changing the washers.

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