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    2007 Sea-Doos

    Its my understanding that several models of 2007 Sea-Doos will have wider handle bars. Dont know yet if this will be an option on certain models or standard. HP is to stay the same. (so far) .


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    Definately new handle bar's for all the Doo's in '07

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    whats wrong with stock 04 06

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    After doing a preliminary ride on the pre-production RXP, I was asked my opinion of it. My major complaint were the narrow handle bars. Fine for going in a straight line, but no leverage for turning. Took 4 years to correct this?...better late than never !!

    Richard

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    Quote Originally Posted by wakeborder556
    whats wrong with stock 04 06
    Yea I dont have a problem with the way mine feel. . .

    Jay

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    if have never ridden with UMI bars then its hard to know.
    stock bars bind your wrist and put your elbows to the side, when your wrist should be staight and your elbows up

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    If they'd only put that lame thumb throttle to death ,we'd be happy campers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaybat
    If they'd only put that lame thumb throttle to death ,we'd be happy campers
    Or at least design it so it could be rotated to work both as a thumb or a finger throttle, with the choice up to the rider...AKA Polaris.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaybat
    If they'd only put that lame thumb throttle to death ,we'd be happy campers
    Here's what I find funny about finger vs. thumb throttle: Yamaha uses a finger throttle on their waverunners but a thumb throttle on their snowmobiles. I can't figure that one out. I find the thumb throttle to be more annoying on a snowmobile than a PWC.

    But yes, I wish seadoo would switch to a finger throttle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by way2fast
    After doing a preliminary ride on the pre-production RXP, I was asked my opinion of it. My major complaint were the narrow handle bars. Fine for going in a straight line, but no leverage for turning. Took 4 years to correct this?...better late than never !!

    Richard
    I was looking at getting a new ski... What do you know about the hull... and hp?

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