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This package is a mix of red wood, rivets and battered metal.
All panels are completely cut out from the background. This advantage allows you or your installer the opportunity to tape all panels into place first before beginning the final installation process.
After placing your order, please e-mail your registration numbers for embedding into the design. This is an optional feature which is included with this package, but not mandatory.
If you do not within 12hrs, the package will be processed as is.
Send in images of your installed
graphics within two weeks of receipt
and you will be entered into the annual
kit giveaway. As a bonus, should you
damage any panels, you will also be
eligible to have them replaced at cost
during the first year, providing you
are the original owner. Be sure to check
out the Tips & Tricks page on the
website for installation help.
All early model RXP and RXPX 215HP.
Install is quite simple and this graphics set should be applied 'wet'. You can use as much water as you like, specially in hot weather as it will not affect the bond. Once you squeegee out the water and air, the graphic will be set. You can ride the same day providing all edges are making full contact.
The following video tutorial is visually informative and recommended viewing before beginning the process. Notice that I even spray the top of the graphic while using the squeegee tool. This helps relieve friction in the process. Depending on the concentration, mix only 1 to 2 drop of dish-washing liquid to 1 cup water in a spritz bottle.
If your as fussy as I am, you'll always want your graphics to look like new, not to mention your ski. I highly recommend using Mother's Wax paste to keep everything looking fresh. In fact, I have been applying it on my skis and over the graphics for several years and keeps everything looking brand new. And for those of you using the GoPro, you might want to polish up that case and lens cover before heading out as it keeps the water off and you'll get more clear footage to edit from. Works for me. Give it a try!