First we'd have to know why you needed a replacement, and how you planned to get the old one out. Removing the fretboard is really the only reasonable way to get that rod out. It is a dual rod, but not double expanding like the hot rod. The top piece is flat and as the nut is tightened, it backbows due to the discrepancy in the distance between the two pieces. The hot rod will need a different sized channel, and a deeper one at that. They can't really go into a Wizard profile safely. I made one neck like that, but I trimmed about 1/16" off the fretboard to give me more "neck-to-fretboard" ratio.
Removing the rod is hard because its in there really tight, and packed from the rear with a foam strip that is very glue-ey and gummy. If you try sliding the rod out, it will leave that in there, and then you won't be able to get the new rod in cleanly. I did one ONCE. Never again. I think it was on a blue floral, and I can't remember what I replaced it with, but it wasn't a hot rod. Stew-Mac has regular double truss rods and so does Warmoth, but I'm almost positive that Ibanez' is slimmer than Warmoth's, and therefore probably slimmer than Stew-Mac's.