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    Hello all new to the board...picking up a new RXT-X

    Just thought Id drop in and say hello. Picking up a 08 Rxt-X tomorrow morning.


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    Awesome and congrats!

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    Quote Originally Posted by QWKRN U View Post
    Just thought Id drop in and say hello. Picking up a 08 Rxt-X tomorrow morning.
    Welcome to Green Hulk .........How Fast do you wana GO Green Hulk online store

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    Welcome to Greenhulk and welcome to the fast crowd. Break that baby in properly and do the oil change at 10 hours. Then it's time to rock and roll!

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    Congrats on your new T-X. You're gonna love the power!

    And a question for everyone else.....I now have 4 hours on each of my T-X's and I just checked the pump bolts for tightness. Each of the 4 bolts were loose, or less than the required 23 ft/lbs. The loosest bolt was the lower right.....so I broke out the torque wrench, setting each bolt to spec. I'm now concerned about the alignment. Should I be?

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    I've never checked mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1tommygunner1927 View Post
    Congrats on your new T-X. You're gonna love the power!

    And a question for everyone else.....I now have 4 hours on each of my T-X's and I just checked the pump bolts for tightness. Each of the 4 bolts were loose, or less than the required 23 ft/lbs. The loosest bolt was the lower right.....so I broke out the torque wrench, setting each bolt to spec. I'm now concerned about the alignment. Should I be?
    1tommygunner, Your alignment should be good because the pump housing holes are fixed and can not be adjusted It's the engine part, when disturb form the engine mount you have to check alignment Then again, I could be wrong because I have an '04 RXP I think the engine has to align with the pump because the pump can not move. here's some pics. I just called Nils and I was right about what I posted. He said you'll be just fine. Your alignment should be good. I just wish Nils would stop eating crackers while talking on the phone it's hard to understand him
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    Thanks Jammer! Thanks Nils!

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    Nice boat. Lots of potential.
    The reviews are right on.
    You can do some tricks to make it even faster that are cheap!

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    Welcome to the forum!

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