Updated rx-20 coming?

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Is there a 'new' rx20 coming? Anybody going to The Experience? Supposed to be big unveiling tomorrow....
 
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Parts interchangeable with an rx-
20 HE Scott? Thanks!!!
 

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I’m here at the trade show. I will take pics, video and offer my observations.
 
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If you haven't been told today Rob.....
 

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not to much improvement .No head improvement but jet degree angles .
#1 It should have had a velcro skirt around the head to trap in the heat .
#2 a bottom skid as to not have to kick the head off to move it or load it . I hate this about it .
#3 A dead man switch which is all to late to the game , but badly needed if you plug it in and the lever is stuck .
So we get a site tube that will break over time , whats hard about yanking the hose to vacuum debris .
Bottom line its kinda hard to improve whats already the king . Cant see to many upgrading to the new one for 2 buttons and a site tube .
 
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Different bottom piece casting, but same advertised weight
 

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not to much improvement .No head improvement but jet degree angles .
#1 It should have had a velcro skirt around the head to trap in the heat .
#2 a bottom skid as to not have to kick the head off to move it or load it . I hate this about it .
#3 A dead man switch which is all to late to the game , but badly needed if you plug it in and the lever is stuck .
So we get a site tube that will break over time , whats hard about yanking the hose to vacuum debris .
Bottom line its kinda hard to improve whats already the king . Cant see to many upgrading to the new one for 2 buttons and a site tube .
What’s the price?
 

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Lmao price must have went up
 

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Never have been a fan of the RX 20. Sold the one I had recently. The only reason I had it at all was for the way it worked on CGD. I just purchased the Flex Star head for my Mytee T Rex which I will use in place of the RX 20.
 

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I have an older one, the one with the horizontal motor and gear box. It still works because it doesn't have more than 380 hours on it.

Bought it in 1986.

There have been so many new designs from other manufactures that the NEW might be obsolete.

We will see.

I hope, at the very least, it has glides.

Waiting to hear how different it is.
 
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The email I got mentioned on-board detailing tool. Corners and edges now covered. Is that accurate?