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    Yamaha FZR/S vs. GPR with SHO engine

    Hello,

    I am considering buying a new ski.

    at the moment i have a 2006 GP1300R in the future this will be the ski for the wife.

    Know i would like to know the difference between the stock FZR/S and a GPR hull with SHO engine.

    Is the GPR/SHO ski better than a stock FZR/S.


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    Depends what your using it for

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    + 1 if you are going to be running in more flat water the GPR/SHO will be faster, however if you are going to be in chop and rougher waters lean to the FZR/S cause the weight and hull will be an advantage IMO

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    Mostly it is rough water.Never Flat .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jet-Sen View Post
    Mostly it is rough water.Never Flat .
    If it's rough go with the FZS/R.

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