07-08-2007, 09:19 PM #1
Whats in a RXX, and what can it do??
Ok, so I saw a RXX on a trailer today and went to talk to the guy. He was a A$$ and wouldnt tell me anything about the ski. All I know is that they were fast but I cant find anything on the net that tells whats in it or anything really. Help me out.
Oh yeah, what is the stock speed of a rxp on glass. A friend says he gps at 70.8, is that right??? If so then I need a new ski
07-08-2007, 09:21 PM #2
RXP won't go 70 mph stock. I know that much.
I also know the RXX is a pain in the ass because it needs to be wrenched on a lot.
07-08-2007, 09:39 PM #3
they are finicky.
GPS shows consistently 64-66mph, can climb to 67-68 In smooth water
Sea-Doo® racing begins a new chapter in dominance, the Sea-Doo RXX™ watercraft! We’ve exalted our commitment to grassroots-level racing with 160 horses of highly-designed steel and butt-kicking appeal, as the RXX comes equipped with the best high-performance parts in the industry and boasts the biggest production watercraft horsepower known to man. Take that!
The RXX is destined to start another watercraft revolution, after all, it was spawned from the award-winning RX™ watercraft. And the RX is certainly no stranger to praise, it was named Watercraft World’s “Watercraft of the Year,” PWI’s “Musclecraft Shootout” winner, and “the best Sea-Doo ever built” according to Boating Magazine. If you’re a racer that wouldn’t mind being a part of history riding the newest member of the highest-acclaimed family tree, then the RXX has got your name written all over it. The competition-humbling Sea-Doo RXX is no slouch when it comes to its mechanical makeup, equipped with high-performance parts including a UMI billet aluminum steering system with wide handlebars; R&D Racing lever-activated trim system; Jettrim custom seat, traction mats, and bow-mounted spray deflector; Beach House Express adjustable sponsons; twin-pipe setup from Factory Pipe; modified Mikuni carburetors; R&D Racing flame arrestors; a reprogrammed Bombardier ignition system; and a 14-vane stainless steel jet pump/impeller/venturi nozzle combination with interchangeable rings from Skat-Trak.
2001 RXX Model - Technical Specifications
Length 112.3 in. (285 cm)
Width 47.3 in. (120 cm)
Height 40 in. (101.6 cm)
Weight (dry) 623 lbs. (282.5 Kg)
Rider Capacity 1
Fuel Capacity (incl. reserve) 15.0 US Gallons (56.5L)
Oil Capacity 1.6 US Gallons (6L)
Storage Capacity 10.6 US Gallons (40.3L)
Type Two-stroke, Twin-cylinder
Rotax® R.A.V.E.? exhaust
Bore x Stroke 88.04mm x 78.2mm
Displacement 951.2 cc
Compression ratio 6.1:1
Intake system Rimoldi Double Carbon
Fiber Reed Valves
Carburetion (2) Modified Mikuni
Flame arrestors R&D Racing high-flow
Exhaust Factory Pipe - Twin pipe, dry exhaust system with Modified Bombardier waterbox
Water by-pass UMI Billet
Lubrication Variable Rate Oil Injection
Cooling Water, open system
Fuel type Minimum 91 octane unleaded
Propulsion system Skat Trak Magnum water
Jet pump Full stainless steel, axial
flow, single stage, 14 vane
Transmission Direct drive
Impeller Skat-Trak Stainless
Venturi/Nozzle Skat-Trak cast - adjustable
Drive shaft Skat-Trak
Hydraulic trim R&D Racing 2-position
Ignition Digital DC-CDI with modified timing curve
Rev limiter 8,000 RPM
Type Semi-V, fiberglass reinforced, trued and blueprinted
Color Sea?Doo Racing Yellow/Black
Sponsons Beach House Express adjustable composite plate sponsons
Deck pads Jettrim
Spray deflector Jettrim
Seat cover Jettrim
Steering system UMI Billet Aluminum system
Handlebars UMI Racing
Handle Grips UMI soft rubber
Tachometer STD, 90mm Analog
07-08-2007, 09:42 PM #4
EDIT: basically everything you'd want on a race ski...
Last edited by mongorunner; 07-08-2007 at 09:46 PM.
07-08-2007, 09:43 PM #5
MEH RX951 beat me to the punch
07-08-2007, 09:56 PM #6
wow, thats sweet. Had to be in the high 60s then, i wish the guy that has it wasnt a prick. I would have liked to look a little closer. Why did they only make them for a year if it was so great?
07-08-2007, 11:29 PM #7
no warranty so the general public didn't want one and it did not handle any where near as well as an XP so the racers didn't buy them either. Even though they only made 500, there was still new in the crate RXX's to bought last year.
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