XFS 1000

Discussion in 'Jet Ski & PWC Builds' started by INCORP01, Dec 5, 2012.

  1. INCORP01

    INCORP01 Member

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    Here are some pics of my ski.

    Its been sitting in my shed for 12 months, excuse the dust, ive just recently got exited about it and started putting it together :D

    Its a glass hull, 10MM XS1000 with full spec 49s, and a 148 setback Mag.

    Will be running standard size tank, b pipe and stock elecs for now, just for simplicity.

    with the good weather around the corner, it should be fun!
     

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  2. pedro

    pedro Member

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    sitting in the shed for 12 mths wtf! lol :D
    Thats one hot looking ride.
     
  3. MASSEY

    MASSEY Member

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    Looks the goods mate! Love the pole too...
     
  4. INCORP01

    INCORP01 Member

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    Installed hood straps, and Ryan spliced me up a dyneema pole rope today.
    I think it all came out really nice.
     

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  5. Freesoul

    Freesoul New Member

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    Hey mate..Very nice... I noticed that your steering rose joint is at the bottom.. Does your nozle turn to one side when you pull your trim? If so, try putting your joint on top.
     
  6. RichTheBlack

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    Where did you get the hull from?
     
  7. INCORP01

    INCORP01 Member

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    Sweet, thanks for the tip, ill have a look at that later.
     
  8. INCORP01

    INCORP01 Member

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    hi mate, everything has been purchased new from AJSP, and i couldnt be happier with them thanks Craig and Adam :D
     
  9. tafro

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    Hey buddy, awsome ski and bench setup. I am interested to build something similar and was wondering how the crank works. Any help or photos would be greatly appreciated.
     
  10. OldSpice

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    I think he means the crank on the trolley.
     
  11. INCORP01

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    lol, thanks oldspice (deleted stupid post) its just a worm drive attached to a piece of shs that moves toward the crank handle, it pulls on both linkages forcing the table up.
    (old hospital bed)
     
  12. tafro

    tafro Member

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    Cheers guys, should have been clearer in my post. Found a cheap electric hospital bed which does the job nicely.
     
  13. RichTheBlack

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    That's a bloody brilliant idea!
     

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