04-14-2009, 04:51 PM #1
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Help with Mods on 2006 Sea Doo RXP>
Im considering to put mods on my jetski which is a 2006 sea doo rxp. The ski is currnetly all stock at this time. What im looking for is preety much a very good sounding machine with better accerlation. Top end speed would be also nice. I realize that these parts and mods cost money and there not cheap. I would like some help of which route to go. One person tells me one thing and the next tells me another. Im not here to prove i have the fastest ski. My limit is $2,000.
Maybe: Riva Stage 1, Riva water box, Riva rear exhaust, Block off (Rs15050-1), and the riva metal washers(Rs1751-HDW-946). All thos parts are 1,500 and that doesnt include labor.
My ski is already 69mph stock and i just dont know about Stage 1 is worth 2mph on the ski is there a better route than what i have listed???
Thanks for anybodys help,
04-14-2009, 06:00 PM #2
Josh, here's a list of what your best plan of attack is. Others may swap a part or two, but I don't see much else you can change while getting the most out of the $2000.
Custom 4" front intake (do a search for the parts list)
Fill your rideplate holes (do a search for a how-to)
Riva metal washers
Riva s3 s/c wheel and front cover
15/20r solas 4 blade prop
Race Engineering OPAS block-offs or similar
Riva intake grate
= Approximately $2100
That should get you around 76-79 MPH with a huge jump in acceleration, good handling characteristics, a nice exhaust tone AND keep you very close to your $2000 limit
If you can afford to break your limit by a few hundred then I would recommend adding a stainless steel wear ring. http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...t4mfc36khs14m6
If you MUST stay under $2000 then subtract the Riva s3 supercharger wheel and front cover from the above list and add a Riva Gen II wheel instead. http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...qclahms93aoc62
Use the 'greenhulk' coupon code in the online store for 10% most of the items listed above. You can also buy used to save a few dollars, but there's nothing wrong with buying new and knowing exactly what you're getting!
04-15-2009, 09:34 AM #3
I didn't see an upgrade from ceramic to metal washers and perhaps a rebuild for your SC. If you still have the ceramic washers you are running on borrowed time. If you have 100 housr on the ski, the SC is due for a total rebuild, which is around $400 including labor... Ron
04-15-2009, 10:35 AM #4
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