Thread: Just rode two new 2007's
09-23-2006, 03:10 PM #1
Just rode two new 2007's
Wow!! I was at the Florida PWC Rally today at Fernandina Beach, Fl, and the guys from Nashville brought ten (10) new 2007's for all to try. I'm no expert and I've only come along as far as you guys have taken me on this forum but even thought there appears to be very little mechanical changes for 07, there are some good things going on.
I first rode the Blue GTX 155hp. Beautiful ski...
The first thing you notice is of course the wide handle bars. Very nice and good handling. The hood and guages have been widened. The analog dials are replaced with digital dials so you can see speed and rpm's at the same time as will as temp, fuel and other items. The next thing you notice are the SEATS!!! WOW! They have stuff them with foam and they are the most comfortable seat you'll find. You could ride 100miles on these without butt cramps. Acceleration was good on the gtx up to about 50. Ski felt solid and had a neat sound. Big and comfortable for crusing. They did not bring a limited model to the rally but it really should be a super change this year for folks trading up.
Second I rode the Red RXP 215hp. My first time with that much horsepower between my legs. Acceleration was unbelieveable. Water too choppy for me for WOT but it really was great. Of course, wide bars, new guages, sooooft seat....Really a nice ski.
Hope you all get a chance to ride them, I think you'll like them...
09-23-2006, 03:50 PM #2
How does the Red RXP look is person?
09-23-2006, 05:55 PM #3Originally Posted by Water4fire
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