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    Who here is running an RXT with open loop cooling?

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    I am on a RXT-X.

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    Sounds like he's looking for a guinea pig.

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    I dont know to many people running open loop period..Its intimidating to alot of people..Me personally,I am beginning to like the open loop.

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    in salt water? not me.........plenty happy with c-loop

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    I fancy open loop. When you are losing lots of speed coz of heat soak thn you will be looking at open loop. Every other manufacturer of pwc runs open loop in there skis today. It keeps the motor cooler and more efficient. As long as you flush and in the case of the 4tecs keep the salt water away from the water pump drive shaft (thanks Grant) then all will be ok. How many people running xs coolers??? the water ways are alot thinner and unprotected alluminium in those and bearly any problems. R88

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poppa Dawg View Post
    I am on a RXT-X.
    Doug, you win the prize

    I will contact you early this week

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snoman View Post
    I dont know to many people running open loop period..Its intimidating to alot of people..Me personally,I am beginning to like the open loop.
    Quote Originally Posted by R88ory RXP View Post
    I fancy open loop. When you are losing lots of speed coz of heat soak thn you will be looking at open loop. Every other manufacturer of pwc runs open loop in there skis today. It keeps the motor cooler and more efficient. As long as you flush and in the case of the 4tecs keep the salt water away from the water pump drive shaft (thanks Grant) then all will be ok. How many people running xs coolers??? the water ways are alot thinner and unprotected alluminium in those and bearly any problems. R88

    + 3 Open loop is the way to go!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    Doug, you win the prize

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    Quote Originally Posted by red fox View Post
    Good things are coming Ibrahem

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