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    RXP Prep...

    What needs to be done to an RXP "fresh out of the crate". I found one locally for sale not by a Dealer, but the 'ski is still in the crate.

    Is it just a simple "gas & go" (put in oil, gas, battery) or are there alot of things that need to be done?


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    hey hows it going...

    i work at a dealership on LI, if u need anything let me know

    an RXP needs the handlebar cowls assembled, the keys programmed, the battery filled with acid, take bracket off the pump from the crate and re-install supplied bolts..

    pretty much it, very simple... the only gotcha is make sure it's programmed!

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    AND also get the washers changed depends on the year tho....

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    Quote Originally Posted by YJSONLY View Post
    AND also get the washers changed depends on the year tho....
    It's an '07

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shibby1485 View Post
    hey hows it going...

    i work at a dealership on LI, if u need anything let me know

    an RXP needs the handlebar cowls assembled, the keys programmed, the battery filled with acid, take bracket off the pump from the crate and re-install supplied bolts..

    pretty much it, very simple... the only gotcha is make sure it's programmed!
    By making sure it's programmed you mean the Keys right?

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    well yes the keys...

    but ur programming the ski... not the keys

    the keys are already coded.... u program the ski to recognize that key

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shibby1485 View Post
    well yes the keys...

    but ur programming the ski... not the keys

    the keys are already coded.... u program the ski to recognize that key
    Oh ok, I gotcha.

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    New ski bought in the crate , not from a dealer ? Not programed or assy. ?
    Hope you got a good title.

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    sounds interesting....................................... ................. I mean shady.

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    I was thinking the same thing

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