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    BLACK MAGIC HEADERS hydrojunkie's Avatar
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    4 tech in a x4 hull

    would it be worth it todo a conversion, or a waist of tim. input please.


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    sorry new to the forums.

    What exactly is a x4 hull?

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    You have to do a lot of work to an X4 hull to run over 70mph without "bucking". After taking too many drinks of lake water at 70mph+ I moved to a lot more stable plateform, the GPR!

    -BT

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    aside from the 70mph buck would you be able to even get it to float

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    Brian,
    did you guys try the the 159mm pump out of the rxp?

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    Quote Originally Posted by djjazzman View Post
    sorry new to the forums.

    What exactly is a x4 hull?
    Welcome to the Greenhulk forums.

    The "x4" hull was the designation used for the SD hull on the XP's up to 1996 and the SPX's till they stopped making them.

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    isnt the 97-99 gp yami hull an x4 knockoff also?

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    Hey I'm new to the forums but anyway I've had the idea of putting one of the new ski-doo e-tec engines in a ski and seeing how it would do, I know they have the torque, rpms and reliability to do it but I'm not really up to the challenge :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeaDoolvr View Post
    Hey I'm new to the forums but anyway I've had the idea of putting one of the new ski-doo e-tec engines in a ski and seeing how it would do, I know they have the torque, rpms and reliability to do it but I'm not really up to the challenge :P
    What ski do you want to put the motor in?

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