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    stock machines rxp vs. stx-15f

    I offered to race an sea-poo rxp against my 15f i got him on a ghetto bouy course and in the chop. The only place he beat me was in smooth glass. He let me ride it also. How do yall accept the handling of the stock machine? It feels like it has a high center of gravity and overall handled poorly. The only thing i did like about it was the sound of the supercharger.


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    The guy riding the rxp must dont know how to ride. I ride with two other people all the time that have the 15f skis. They never beat me in any condition. The 15f stays hooked up better in chop than the RXP. That just means I dont beat them as bad compared to smooths water.

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    There's no beating a 15F on a buoy course or heavy chop with an RXP.

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    he wasn't the best rider.

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    hey bro next time ask him to use the yellow key instead of the white one casue i have 3 diff people that i ride with also that have 15f and well no offense but when my boat was bone stock i walked them now its kinna ugly

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    you ever race them on a bouy course?

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    ScattAss...........fyi

    They are called "SeaDoo's" and this is NOT a forum for bashers.There are owners of all brands of craft here,(and all are welcome),but the majority are SeaDooRXP owners.This site was created to get away from that sort of thing.If you have anything constructive to say,by all means,welcome...............otherwise,don't let the door hit you in the ass.

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    A little reminder of your boat's abilities doesn't hurt once in a while though.

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    Re: ScattAss...........fyi

    Quote Originally Posted by BertInTexas
    They are called "SeaDoo's" and this is NOT a forum for bashers.There are owners of all brands of craft here,(and all are welcome),but the majority are SeaDooRXP owners.This site was created to get away from that sort of thing.If you have anything constructive to say,by all means,welcome...............otherwise,don't let the door hit you in the ass.

    I second that.

    11 I raced a modified 15F like the riva offshore kit, smoked him in the chop, yes open ocean one to two footers. Do not know about the bouy course that's this coming sunday. Gotta tell ya I installed the riva pro block off and rode this weekend and I'm impress how the RXP did on the bouy course.

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    then your riding skills should inspire respect.

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