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    2007 RXT no TILT, RXP does???

    What gives? I just found out that Seadoo made the 2007 RXP with a tilt option (loke yamahas), but the 2007 RXT doesnt have it? Why not? If anything you would think that the larger ski would need it more?

    I wonder if the 08 RXT or RXT-Xs will have the tilt option?

    PS: ever since I put the wedge on, I have been porpoising like a BI__CH! I put the riva racing sponsons on, and havent really helped at all. Im ready to remove the wedge? Any suggestions?


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    There was only one cure for porpoising and it was called RE blockoffs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cbrich View Post
    There was only one cure for porpoising and it was called RE blockoffs.
    Thats sucks...cause they are not available anymore....and...I like the OPAS on my ski. So that being the case, do you recommend removing the wedge?

    Its supposed to give 1mph top end. Whoopty do! In rough water, I shoot out of the water like a rocket and cant get any traction.

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    Is there a way to put an RXP trim control on the RXT?

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    sorry, no tilt on the 07 rxp.......don't know who told u that 1

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    Only Limited's came with tilt.

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    07 RXP's come with tilt as standard in the UK .I thought you guys would have been the same

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    Maybe if you posted what your actually trying to say!

    Tilt- a steering wheel option
    Trim- A jet pump adjustment to change the trim of the ski.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9secZO6 View Post
    sorry, no tilt on the 07 rxp.......don't know who told u that 1
    Well...i wish u were wrong. A guy rode up next to me and showed me. It was the yellow and balck 07 rxp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SplishSplash View Post
    Maybe if you posted what your actually trying to say!

    Tilt- a steering wheel option
    Trim- A jet pump adjustment to change the trim of the ski.
    Good point. Didnt realize the last users comments refered to tilt! Im refering to TRIM!!!!

    Is there a way to install it on the RXT? Kit, or use RXP trim parts????

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