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    picked up new leftover 09 sho

    what a step up from my gp760 lol... i took it out for a ride yesterday broke her in. the power is pretty amazing coming out of these machines now. i swear the thing pulls harder then my 03 corvette!!! anyone want to buy a vette?
    i rode an fzr over the wkend and like it but i wanted a 3 seater and my local dealer just sold the fzs so i took a shot with the fx sho. i couldnt be more happy with the performance of this machine.

    i paid 10999. for the ski after tax, double trailer,.... it was a hair over 13k


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    Congrats, it's a fine machine!
    Nice to see some more Yamahas in CT...

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    The nice thing about the fx is the comfort of it. Its very stable in chop and has a very comfortable seat and seating position. Believe it or not, the hull is not that much different than an FZS. The ski, despite its size, also weighs around 830lbs if Im not mistaken. Do an air intake and remove that ribbon from the intake manifold and youll free up several mph over stock.

    Check out Jim's Performance build page.. hes got his doing 85 at a fairly conservative cost.

    GL with the ski. What color is it? post up a pic.

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    here are some pics

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    Nice man! Post up if you want to hit up Sunnyside one day.

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    my gp760 looks so small.... and as for the weight it say 828.93 and 210 hp

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    Quote Originally Posted by GP1300R View Post
    Nice man! Post up if you want to hit up Sunnyside one day.
    if the weather clears im goin out today

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    I'm working so during the day would be very unlikely for me. Maybe later on>???

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    i do too... im off until tuesday. whenever im out im usually at the first dock at beacon point my friend lives in the house above that dock.

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    hey.. Hope everything works out for you on the ski..

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