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    2004 seadoo rxp sc. And 2014 seadoo gtx natural aspirated pistons.

    Hello everyone.
    I am new to this forum. Thanks for the advises in advance.
    I live on the island Aruba and want to do a rebuild as cheap as posible.
    So i heave a 2004 two seater seadoo rxp sc that had dropped valves and damaged the pistons. Now i heave two other engines from a 2014 gtx natural aspirated.
    Can i use their pistons for the rxp? It is for recreational use.


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    Simply put, NO, RXP are a forged piston while the GTX is cast. They will not work in the RXP for long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emigene View Post
    Hello everyone.
    I am new to this forum. Thanks for the advises in advance.
    I live on the island Aruba and want to do a rebuild as cheap as posible.
    So i heave a 2004 two seater seadoo rxp sc that had dropped valves and damaged the pistons. Now i heave two other engines from a 2014 gtx natural aspirated.
    Can i use their pistons for the rxp? It is for recreational use.
    No, the naturally aspirated pistons are higher compression.

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