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    blown bearings

    should be getting my ski back this week. Any things I need to do such as how hard I ride it? Or can I just ride it like I own it as before?


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    just warm it up and go!...PR...

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    Geez, that was quick. Check with your dealer, I think sometimes when bearings go they have to pretty much do a re-build which would require a 10 hour break in... depends on how much damage was done and what was repaired.

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    I think he's talking about supercharger bearings. If thats the case then just warm it up and ride it like you stole it.

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    Nice ski you got there hummer. I saw it this past weekend when Derrick was working on it. I like all the specialized work you did on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wavehummer View Post
    should be getting my ski back this week. Any things I need to do such as how hard I ride it? Or can I just ride it like I own it as before?
    Ride her like an ex-

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    Ride her like the girlfriend and the wife just walked in!!! LOL
    Took the ski out today.Everything seems good...hit 69.1 today after running the tank to 3 bars..but all looks good.

    I only see 7800-7850 rpms, I guess thats correct for an RXT..not sure?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wavehummer View Post
    Ride her like the girlfriend and the wife just walked in!!! LOL
    Took the ski out today.Everything seems good...hit 69.1 today after running the tank to 3 bars..but all looks good.

    I only see 7800-7850 rpms, I guess thats correct for an RXT..not sure?
    today was not that hot here in NJ, and the water temps are 75ish, you should have gotten more R`s...PR...
    glad you got your ski back on time!!!...

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    Quote Originally Posted by wavehummer View Post
    Ride her like the girlfriend and the wife just walked in!!! LOL
    Took the ski out today.Everything seems good...hit 69.1 today after running the tank to 3 bars..but all looks good.

    I only see 7800-7850 rpms, I guess thats correct for an RXT..not sure?
    Was it hot??? I usually see those rpms but I ride in the heat of Havasu

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    Quote Originally Posted by wavehummer View Post
    Took the ski out today.Everything seems good...hit 69.1 today after running the tank to 3 bars..but all looks good.
    Ahhh, great news...

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