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    MY UNDERSTANDING IS THAT SEADOO MADE AN AGREEMENT THAT THERE SKIS WOULD NOT EXCEED 70MPH I KNOW THIS TO BE A FACT MY SEADOO HAS NEVER EXCEEDED 70 MPH THERE IS A WAY TO GET AROUND THIS RESTRICTION A MODULE ,PROGRAMMING, CHIP DOES ANYONE KNOW WHAT I NEED TO DO TO GET AROUND THIS RESTRICTION TOMMY

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    I understand that the 07 RXT could be re-programed by a servicing dealer to raise the rev limiter, but it will void the warranty and the dealer will not do anything to void the warranty. If it was done by the dealer it is marked by his dealer #. In the event that something happens, Warranty or a casualty, it would be his responsibility. I asked my contact here in Florida and that was his response.
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    Why would you want to go over 70 anyway. The programing sounds cool but more power means more gas.

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    Default Limited speed....

    Now that you mention the speed limit, seems I remember industry responding to government stantards for safety. I think there is an insurance liability issue there also.........but 70, man, could you imagine being thrown off at 70!....I know when I bare foot, falling at 45 or 50 feels like I'm slamming into concrete now. When I first learned to barefoot, falling wasn't so bad. I think the older I get, the more it hurts!.........
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    Try ppg racing,you can find them at seadoo.net. they maybe able to program a 4-tec, as for going over 70 I did that back in the 90's on xp's in the 785 pro class, it does hurt when you fall but not as bad when 2 or 3 people run over you. be careful

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