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    Smile Kawasaki Ultra-300x or Sea-Doo RXP-X 260

    This is not intended to "stirr-the-pot" - if I wanted to do that, I would have posted this here:

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    I really do find it ironic that:

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    After much research, I am convinced it really is a MUSCLE craft
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    Congrats - the 300 looks better in my book, and is the superior rough water boat.

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    Nice lookin cow...

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    Weight difference is about 10% so it's high time to dispense with that nonsense

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spooling View Post
    This is not intended to "stirr-the-pot" - if I wanted to do that, I would have posted this here:

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...25#post1926325

    I really do find it ironic that:

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    After much research, I am convinced it really is a MUSCLE craft
    Happy for you. I hope it is everything you are hoping it to be for you. I see you standing in front of the LX in the back of the shirt photo. Can you share your opinion of how it looks? I have not seen one yet and from the pictures I feel the need to see one in person.

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    Congrats on the new ski lots of new 300 owners these past few weeks. Good stuff

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    Quote Originally Posted by FIRE0021 View Post
    Congrats on the new ski lots of new 300 owners these past few weeks. Good stuff
    +100000000

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    Quote Originally Posted by lasportsmn View Post
    the LX . Can you share your opinion of how it looks? I have not seen one yet and from the pictures .
    It is indeed a "beautiful" ski. I am certain it is why it was placed "front and center" in the Dealership's Show Room.

    The paint is quite an interesting color - there is metallic in it, and I am certain a lot of care went into the final "fit and finish" of that machine.

    In my Motorsports Ventures, I was always under the impression that Kawasaki = Green, Yamaha = Blue, Suzuki = Yellow, Honda = Red.
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    wotxxxsd - I gave the RXP-X 260 some "serious" consideration, it is indeeeeed a sweet machine, yet there were some facts that ultimately contributed to my decision that I made, namely - potential to carry a passenger periodically, one dealership told me that the IBR System is less than acceptable in terms of reliability, I am a tall guy and am getting older, and wanted to not get "beat-up" each weekend in the "chop", and lastly, the local SD dealership's attitude towards the Kawasaki Product REALLY turned me off - by telling me that the Kawasaki Product line was an "Inferior Product" after I advised him I was "shopping" the Kawasaki as well. Typical SD guys mentality. That guy's still sending letters to my post mail box - hoping I will come back to his store and spend my hard-earned money.

    In reality, I think they are all VERY good products, well Engineered, Tested and Manufactured. They all have their +'s and -'s and ultimately ends up with whatever suits YOU that matters!!!

    Have a nice day!!!

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    One day I'll stop buying a new car every year and actually be able to afford something like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spooling View Post
    In reality, I think they are all VERY good products, well Engineered, Tested and Manufactured. They all have their +'s and -'s and ultimately ends up with whatever suits YOU that matters!!!
    Very well said. Congrats on the new ski.

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