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    How to make the X models go 80

    Guys is there really an advantage in getting the X models over the regular 215 RXP. Im refering to the Issue the X models are having with over stuffing the pumps.

    If the pumps are closed up then the awesome holeshot is sacrificed. If left alone then they buck...

    How are the X models going to get over 80 with this problem ??


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    Quote Originally Posted by MIARider View Post
    Guys is there really an advantage in getting the X models over the regular 215 RXP. Im refering to the Issue the X models are having with over stuffing the pumps.

    If the pumps are closed up then the awesome holeshot is sacrificed. If left alone then they buck...

    How are the X models going to get over 80 with this problem ??
    Doesnt look advantageous to me yet my man. RXP-X is not a modders boat, period. If you wanna mod get a 215.

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    It is too early in the game to really know.
    I just think it is so much cheaper to mod a 215.
    I would buy a X only if I was gonna do basic stuff or leave it alone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Water4fire View Post
    It is too early in the game to really know.
    I just think it is so much cheaper to mod a 215.
    I would buy a X only if I was gonna do basic stuff or leave it alone.

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    I would second what Austin says. For someone that does not want to mod get an "X".
    If wrenching is not a problem get a 215.

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    When there is a problem, there is a solution? I just bought the X model and between my mechanic the the greenhulksters I think we can find out a solution with out sacrificing the holeshot too much

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    Sorry to show my noobsness but what with the over stuffing the pump?
    What is gong on when the pumps are stuffed....

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    Hes talking about too much water going throw the pump and has no other choice to blow back into the engine. Its a very violent reaction. I heard someone reference it to as ripping the ebreak in a car which is very accurate. But remember your not wearing a seat belt on a ski.

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    new info says they are already close to stg. III
    Last edited by DaveC; 03-22-2008 at 11:36 AM. Reason: v

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    How many of yall are gonna rip the had off that new ski to install lightweight valves??? How bad do you really want to see 80?

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    How about creating a spout off the pump. Like what Yamaha does with there water spout but relocate it on the Seadoos and have a bigger pump line to exit more water. just my 0.02 cents

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