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    just asking

    i decided to get for me seadoo rxp-x 2008 2nd hand and already i found a nice super clean one with low hours


    i just want to ask if i want to up grade my ski for the fowling parts what top speed i can get and total of horsepower ( and if i miss something can u plz inform me)

    1-2rude Performance Supercharger (Complete)
    2-Rotax Racing ECU For 08 Models
    3-Siemens 60 lb hr Fuel Injectors (set of 3)
    4-R&D X Model Powershot Adjustable Fuel Tuner
    5-R&D Closed Course Intake Grate for X model skis
    6-R&D X Model 1.5 Degree Wedge Kit
    7-R&D X Model Power Plenum Filter Kit
    8-R&D X Model Free-Flow Exhaust
    9-RUDE 08 and Newer Models RRFPR (Remote Mount Kit)
    10-R&D SEA-DOO X Model Sponson Kit
    11-R&D X Model Supercharger Surge Protector Kit
    12-Upgrade Kit, OEM Intake Manifold, SD RXP-X/RXT-X
    13-RIVA RXP/RXP-X/RXT-X VTS Extension Rod
    14-Riva Pro Series OPAS Block Off's for RXP & RXP-X
    15- i need advice for the perfect impeller ???????????
    16- RIVA Sea-Doo Valve Train Upgrade Kit


    and i need ur advice if i miss something or to cancel something or to add more

    note : i have open budget , i want to use my ski for racing.


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    I highly doubt you will need the Powershot Tuner. I would suggest Race Engineering OPAS block-offs instead of Riva, unless they won't be legal in your race class. You should pay for impeller advice or a custom impeller from a well known tuner. It will be much better than an out-of-the-box propeller. JD 1, Duke, Speedfreeks Racing, and Jawz come to mind. I don't think you'll want a wedge kit for closed course racing. You might want to look into a high-end trim system and a racing pump nozzle. You'll have to wait for someone more familiar with the X series to chime in on a good nozzle ring diameter for racing. Do a 4" air intake instead of the R&D kit. Something will be available soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JFizzleJR View Post
    I highly doubt you will need the Powershot Tuner. I would suggest Race Engineering OPAS block-offs instead of Riva, unless they won't be legal in your race class. You should pay for impeller advice or a custom impeller from a well known tuner. It will be much better than an out-of-the-box propeller. JD 1, Duke, Speedfreeks Racing, and Jawz come to mind. I don't think you'll want a wedge kit for closed course racing. You might want to look into a high-end trim system and a racing pump nozzle. You'll have to wait for someone more familiar with the X series to chime in on a good nozzle ring diameter for racing. Do a 4" air intake instead of the R&D kit. Something will be available soon.
    thanx bro very much for the OPAS block-offs instead of Riva its ok to use it in the race and its legal

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    4" Air intake
    Solas 15/22 ( + ! )
    Short Water Box
    - Boost Gauge
    - Groco Filter

    : The Target is Broke > 80mph

    * i think you don't need : X Model Powershot Adjustable Fuel Tuner


    wish you a good luck

    ( will meeting Soon Bro )

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    Quote Originally Posted by red fox View Post
    4" Air intake
    Solas 15/22 ( + ! )
    Short Water Box
    - Boost Gauge
    - Groco Filter

    : The Target is Broke > 80mph

    * i think you don't need : X Model Powershot Adjustable Fuel Tuner


    wish you a good luck

    ( will meeting Soon Bro )



    thanx redfox miss u bro long time no see , wish me good luck maybe i will change my mind to hit 80mph to 88 mph just for you my bro

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    any good or bad news

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    Quote Originally Posted by madrule2002 View Post
    any good or bad news
    ditch the rotax ecu, go for riva it has the built in knock controll sensor, and if your going to put all that on your px or tx whip the block out first and strengthen the pump tunnel with 3 more layers of matting, regards bill

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetskibill9999 View Post
    ditch the rotax ecu, go for riva it has the built in knock controll sensor, and if your going to put all that on your px or tx whip the block out first and strengthen the pump tunnel with 3 more layers of matting, regards bill


    thanx bill

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetskibill9999 View Post
    ditch the rotax ecu, go for riva it has the built in knock controll sensor, and if your going to put all that on your px or tx whip the block out first and strengthen the pump tunnel with 3 more layers of matting, regards bill


    bill sorry for that just can i ask u or any one know , why u told me go for riva ecu (built in knock control sensor) can u tell me what is knock control sensor ?? sorry cuz i am new in this things

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    The knock control will pull timing at the limiter and help prevent detonation. The Rotax 8800 will give more performance. Your choice should depend on how good the tuner is that is doing your ski. The Riva is safer for people who want to worry/tune less and ride more.

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