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    Exclamation your thoughts on a SC seadoo GTI


    Im planing on builidng a new ski for closed course racing.. and I was thinking of a supercharged setup with a light weight GTI hull? I've seens many GTI's for closed course racing but mostly with turbo setups, but im thinking supercharged..

    your thoughts are well appreciated

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    Turbo Doo's from Down Under one1one's Avatar
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    Gold Coast, Australia
    We have built SC GTI's with stock hull, SC with our lightweight race hull & turbo with both stock & light hull.

    You can't beat the midrange of the turbo set up, buoy to buoy they are amazing, must be a VERY good rider to go faster in race conditions on a turbo though. A good SC configuration has a flatter torque curve & is easier to ride fast.

    The lightweight hulls accelerate & change directions much better, the ones we sell have some "tweeks" to the OEM hull as well.

    Our own hulls went 1-2 in Pro Open, 1st in Pro GP & the top two qualifiers in Am Open at World Finals last year.

    The weight gain (loss) is approx 45-50kg (up to 110lb) over stock.

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    thanks for the info,.. keep them coming

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