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    2006 Yamaha's

    I thought they would have done more.
    No stock RXP killers for next year....
    http://www.yamaha-motor.com/waverunn...home/home.aspx


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    I knew that was coming (well, NOT coming is the word) and there was nothing to expect from Yamaha.

    BNGs, a hood on the FX, reconduct the SJ for the ELEVENTH time, getting away with EPA by making them in 2005 before the EPA 2006 restrictions apply.

    Like I said over there on PWCT 1000 n/a VS. 1500 SC is like bringing a butter knife to a gunfight.

    I think they stick to that because the 1000 cannot be made bigger and is already all maxed up while it would cost WAY too much to come up with a new block.

    That ZERO evolution, ZERO investment, ZERO improvement, ZERO musclecraft and last but not least ZERO $ coming from me.

    Pathetic.

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    I guess they feel if BRP can steal Kawi green, they can steal BRP yellow/black for the GP1300R - I have to say, I like the color scheme of it.

    But 11 is right, absolutely nothing worthwhile....

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    I think we have to face the fact that there is not alot of money to be made in the watercraft industry so new innovation is few and far between.
    The gas prices are not going to help in the musclecraft area at all.

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    Not to mention they are probably getting heat from the Coast gaurd.

    I really wounder if we will see faster ski's. I mean if they make a strong
    4stroke that can be made to 330 hp with aftermarket parts maybe they will stay under 70 stock and leave the rest to the performance industry and the people that want to make them faster.

    I love speed, but I don't love Daddy's spoiled little rich kid that has no clue or no respect driving one over 70 or even 60 for that matter.

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    I'm diggin' the black and gold color scheme's, but that's about it.

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    Better get used to splashing water on that black seat and watching it "boil" off before you go to sit on it !!!!

    Richard

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    hmm, which leads to another crazy invention idea....

    water cooled seat cover using pump pressure and/or circ. pump..

    lol

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    They could run a cooling line from the "Rooster Tail".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas
    I'm diggin' the black and gold color scheme's, but that's about it.
    yeah same here that looks good

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