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    Question difference in hull of RXP and RXP-X?

    Going to get onto Paul's shark theme soon as I was just chatting with him regarding new templates acquired.

    I took templates from an RXP as it looked to be the same as the latest '08 model to me, but need to be absolutely sure first.

    Can anyone offer an opinion per experience?

    Thank you.
    Peter.
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    apart from jetunit intake the hulls are the same dimentions

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonze View Post
    apart from jetunit intake the hulls are the same dimentions
    Thank you!

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