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    yami gp1300r

    hi,thinking of buying a gp1300r 2005-2007 black/gold,
    would it be a good move?
    any replies would be grateful


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    If you can get one at a good/decent price, they are awesome skies. I have a gpr and love it. They are easily upgradable and have a huge selection of aftermarket parts both on the body of the ski as well as the engine. It is very light compared to others and a comfortable ride (I rode 40 miles in the chop yesterday and it handled great). The motors are strong and reliable as long as you keep up with the normal maintenance on it. All in all, its a great ski and can be used as a cruiser or weekend racer.

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    ok,thanks thats great,
    i think ill get the polaris on ebay shortly,,

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    Polaris??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gp1200R View Post
    Polaris??
    Hope its not too late we may be able to save him.

    Test ride them both before buying. Dont just settle for cheaper ski.

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    I just swapped my Waverunner FX140 for a GP1300R 3 days ago which had 45 hours and compared to the 3 seater its amazing and sounds awesome and I've modified it already

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    ok cheers guys,i think my mind as been made up,

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    ive already bought the polaris msx 150 turbo,
    am gona go back to 2 stroke,

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    Two words - Do it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by D.Jones View Post
    If you can get one at a good/decent price, they are awesome skies. I have a gpr and love it. They are easily upgradable and have a huge selection of aftermarket parts both on the body of the ski as well as the engine. It is very light compared to others and a comfortable ride (I rode 40 miles in the chop yesterday and it handled great). The motors are strong and reliable as long as you keep up with the normal maintenance on it. All in all, its a great ski and can be used as a cruiser or weekend racer.
    Totally agree. I rode mine 100 miles Saturday in 1ft - 3ft of chop! I am sore as hell, but I was passing up RXT, SHO, and RXP's with it! I love the ski!!

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