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    RXP BRAKES??? Check this out

    Some guy decided to make brakes for the RXP...

    http://www.jetskinews.com/index.php?...ewtopic&t=2714
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    Why????

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    Because that fool obviously can't ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 11
    Because that fool obviously can't ride.
    LOL!!!

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    That is wierd, What does he do, hit a switch and those alum pices slide downward? People do the darnist things. He should have invented something for the porposing we have the problem with, He could make alot more money.

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    Hey must pull the lever he has installed on the left side grip.

    IT looks like crap!

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    Now we are going to have to come up with a whole new set of blockoffs....

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    Quote Originally Posted by peteshauling
    He should have invented something for the porposing we have the problem with, He could make alot more money.
    I have the fix for the porpoising. Add 1" to your rideplate. The handling is unreal as well as improved hookup over chop.

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    Ya, I thought it was funny too when I first saw this. If I was on Franks RXP going 75+ hit the brakes... I think I would be sling shooted forward over the bars.. lol


    One benifit I can think of is for racing.... you can go into a turn harder then most of the other reacers instead of slowing down and hit the brakes to slow the boat down and get a jump on the rest of the pack. If you can contol each individual side you can really make that RXP spin out and toss you..lol

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    I hit the reverse on my RXP at about 20mph... next thing I remember was being pressed hard against the handlebars (and the thumb throttle) resulting in the ski reversing even harder and pinging me off the front head 1st!

    Breaks on an RXP is a bad idea...

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