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    If you are looking for speed look elsewhere. If you are looking for a stock reliable 60-62 mph ski then this might be for you.
    Also if you ride in the chop a lot this ski is not for you. It doesn't handle any type of chop well whatsoever. If you are looking for good fuel economy this might be for you.

    I think I covered most of the points. If it was for me, I wouldn't buy it. Unless if I was buying it for a really good price like $2500 and I would still think about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shark View Post
    If you are looking for speed look elsewhere. If you are looking for a stock reliable 60-62 mph ski then this might be for you.
    Also if you ride in the chop a lot this ski is not for you. It doesn't handle any type of chop well whatsoever. If you are looking for good fuel economy this might be for you.

    I think I covered most of the points. If it was for me, I wouldn't buy it. Unless if I was buying it for a really good price like $2500 and I would still think about it.
    Thanks for that ) Hes looking for 4200 Euros = 5 550.3 U.S. dollars

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    Way too much, pick up an Rxp for around that price and you won't be disappointed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shark View Post
    Way too much, pick up an Rxp for around that price and you won't be disappointed.
    Good Info, thanks again ....

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    But it is possibly the best looking ski ever...

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    Go with the honda.
    Much better mileage and they are super reliable with very basic maint.

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    Quote Originally Posted by supermac View Post
    Go with the honda.
    Much better mileage and they are super reliable with very basic maint.
    I've heard a few horror story's about them giving trouble and being unreliable, like I said I know nothing about them, VERY smart looking ski all the same whats the top speed from an all stock 12 X and whats the fuel consumption like, is it a THIRSTY ski ?? I'm so used to my VX being super economical on juice .....

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    The hondas are excellent when it comes to real world fuel economy. All the horror stories are related to neglect and improper care. Honda has a minimal maintenance schedule compared to anything else.

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    If kept stock, yes they are very reliable and very fuel efficient. Only thing you would need to do is oil changes, gas and maintain the Wastegate/turbo to make sure it doesn't stick. Now do any modification and you will start having headaches.

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