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  1. Ernest T
    03-01-2012 05:49 PM - permalink
    Ernest T
    Hey Outlaw. Glad you are doing OK. I hadn't seen you around the forum lately, so I figured you were staying busy.

    Yea, I also looked at the RXT and RXP-X at the boat show. I really like what they have done with the seating, etc.. Very nice looking skis. If I was in the market for a new ski, I think I'd have to go with the RXT right now. I looked at the new Yamaha's and they are also nice, but I wasn't real impressed with the styling of the new models, and I'm too much of a coucher for a FZR.

    That center console sounds nice. I was looking at the SeaHunts at the boat show. Prices were not bad, but once you get them all rigged out it adds up quick. My dream boat is a 26-30 foot center console with dual or triple outboards. I could do some serious offshore fishing.

    The way things are warming up here in the south, it won't be long before I'm back on the water.
  2. Leviathan
    12-01-2011 07:39 PM - permalink

    I've been in contact with Ernest regarding Yamaha/Sea Doo PWC. I'm looking at 2 seater PWC which will fit on a Jettrax carrier on my shorted truck. The Jettrax system requires the ski to be 120"s or less. I'm looking at two makes/models; Yamaha GP1300R (07 or 08) and 07 SeaDoo RXP. Question is I'm torn between the 155 and 215 supercharged model. How much more mantin. does the 215 require compared to the normally aspirated 155. I know the Yamaha is a 2 stoke so the 200-300 hour tear down is a drawback and a big gas pig so the Seadoo seems like the better choice. Anything negative about the 07 RXP????

  3. Ernest T
    11-30-2011 05:04 PM - permalink
    Ernest T
    Hey man. Hope you are having a good winter. I thought you might be able to give this guy some advice on a 2007 RXP.

    See you around!
  4. kids1234boats
    08-30-2011 08:59 AM - permalink
    I took it in to the service shop for the oil light and get the ski back to it can't be fixed unless the long or short block is replaced . The second ski still has the oil light go on , i put ina bit of oil and it runs fine . Any thoughts or help for me . Is it worth trying to find a used engine and repolace the broken one ? Thanks Steve (kids1234boats )
  5. kids1234boats
    08-30-2011 08:59 AM - permalink
    HI Outlaw , i got a message that you responed to my post yesterday but i could not see it . It was about the 2 x 2003 FX140 i have . One lost oil pressure i was told at the shop and after 2 weeks of not being able to find the problem they had to take the engine apart and then found that the shaft that goes to the oil pump and sheared off a part of the crankcase . Now i no know nothing about these but the crazy thing is i brought the ski in becuase the oil light went on . It had done that last season and when i put in about a half quart of oil . Light went off and machine ran fine . That happen twice in the summer and when i took them in for winter storage the service report back was they had extra oil that needed drained . So this year when it happened i just took it straight into the shop. I am purplexed .
  6. Ernest T
    08-18-2010 08:07 PM - permalink
    Ernest T
    Hey Outlaw, I thought it had been too quiet around the forum. Where you been? Sometimes I think I confuse more than I help, but my advise good or bad is free. I learn more than anything I might teach from guys like you, so thanks for your kind words.

    That IBR system looks wet do you get when you slam on the brakes at 68 mph? See you around the forum.

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    2006 RXT with RIVA STAGE THREE KIT 295 HP

    2009 RXT-IS 255 HP

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