03-18-2006, 06:54 PM #1
just got home from buying my RXP!!!!!
I Am so f'ing happy. Took the BEST warrenty for 4 years. Got it maya gold thing looks so nice. Im just pissed cause i couldnt get to ride it today i was at the dealers all day sucks o well. I cant wait till tomorrow. How should i break it in and what other things should i do? Thanks for all the advice. Everyone has been a big help.
03-18-2006, 07:02 PM #2
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Congrats Dude!!! Enjoy your new machine, while your anxious, sit down and read the owners manual front to back, this gives you the break in procedures.
First couple of hours, fire it up, warm the engine by idling around for a few, and check things around you for the obvious, make sure you put in those drain plugs before you launch! bring it up on plane and VARY your speed/throttle as to NOT go past 3/4 full. occasionally take short bursts of throttle. Do not cruise at steady RPM`s, bring it up and down a few hundred frequently. This will pay off.
After a couple of hours, get a little more aggresive with the throttle, occasionally hitting WOT for just a few seconds or so, all this helps seat the rings and rotating assy.
After 5-6 hours you should be able to ride at a steady speed for awhile, then varying the Rpm`s occasionally. Remember to check your oil level when the engine is fully warmed up. When you hit 10 hours, bring the ski to a dealer and they will do an inspection and oil/filter change, and you can learn to do this yourself with the proper equipment...
Good Luck with your new ski`s. ...PR...
03-18-2006, 07:08 PM #3
congrats on your new purchase what year model did you get?
and bring a friend along who has one with you if you can for the first ride at least
time to put on my snow shoes, enjoy the ride tomorow
03-18-2006, 07:17 PM #4
Congrats man. You will love it. Shoot us some pics of the new color.
03-18-2006, 08:27 PM #5
Thanks everyone. I got a 06 maya gold RXP.
looks like this
03-18-2006, 08:33 PM #6
Congrats on the new purchase!
03-18-2006, 08:36 PM #7
03-18-2006, 08:40 PM #8
Congrats! I can't imagine what it feels like to have a brand new ski, its going to be used for me no matter what. My parents don't care about skis, so I have to work my but off just to pay it off, let alone mod it. I was lucky, the first one I got for free, but my new ski (96 xp) I had to spend my life savings to get it, which was $1800.
Anyways, good job, take care of it, and it should last you a long time!
03-18-2006, 09:17 PM #9
Thanks It was a birth day preasent to myself ill be 26 on tuesday. Now my girl wants a rock bought my house last year for my birthday last year the year before that was my condo so this year had to be a toy for the garage. Now i got three skis 93 seadoo gtx 95 seadoo xp and now my baby 06 seadoo rxp baby . I still cant belive i own one. O well live life while ur here. U never know what will happen tomorrow. Now only if i won the lotto. So i can ride all day and not have to bust my ass paying for all this . O well Its all fun and games. Time to go watch the corny video that came with it that has old skis in it . and read my manual.
going to go to sleep early so i can wake up and finally ride a rxp for the first time cant wait
O also is 799 a good price i paid for the 4 year max warrenty from Best?
I got a good deal on the ski also i was happy
03-19-2006, 12:24 AM #10
Congrats, Adam. Love that Aztec gold color. Your arms will probably feel longer when you get back from the awesome acceleration!
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