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    Looking for ideas to get more air into the hull of my 2004 RXP. Does anyone have suggestions?


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    break out the hole saw and get to cutting through the black seat base. don't forget to fill the holes with flo-rite vents!
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    Quote Originally Posted by moultrie rxp View Post
    Looking for ideas to get more air into the hull of my 2004 RXP. Does anyone have suggestions?
    Ok you want more air. Hear is the quick cheap way. You will need 5 Red Bulls and a sawzall. Down the Red Bulls rapidly wait for the caffine to kick in then take the sawzall to the sk0,i stop cutting just before the seat doesn't want to stay in position. Warning this method may lead to water ingestion in the hull

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarthAWM View Post
    Ok you want more air. Hear is the quick cheap way. You will need 5 Red Bulls and a sawzall. Down the Red Bulls rapidly wait for the caffine to kick in then take the sawzall to the sk0,i stop cutting just before the seat doesn't want to stay in position. Warning this method may lead to water ingestion in the hull
    Thanks for such a helpful response!!

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    If you are a lake rider. These repell the water. I have very little heat in mine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by moultrie rxp View Post
    Thanks for such a helpful response!!
    moultrie rxp, Dart is one of the funny guys here at Green Hulk. We get funny here once in a while, but we are all Family here. here's some pictures of my 2004 RXP The HULK color Green. Basicaly, what I did to my RXP is the way an RXP should be as a functional ski, in regards to the cosmetic. I opened up the front where holes should be in place instead of holes that were blocked. Pay close attention of the nose part of your RXP. Now compare that to my pictures. Hope this help, but I advise you that your first Mod on your ski is an electronic bilge pump. Trust me enjoy the pictures. let me know if ya got any questions
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    more pictures, Just remember 1 thing in Air flow design. the opening holes in the front can not be bigger than the holes at the rear. Otherwise it will be a "parachute effect" scenario and will slow you down. Front holes is 3 inch, Rear holes will be 6 inch. double is better for me

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