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    2012 RXT-X vs 2012 GTX 155

    Hi guys,

    I'm in the market for a second seadoo originally i was looking another gtx but i found an awsome deal on a 2012 rxtx so my question is if i want to use the rxtx just for cruising around will it be just as efficient as gtx in eco mode ? now i know there is no such think as fuel efficient ski but I'm happy with 2010 gtx fuel consumption and if i can get a similar consumption with rxtx in cruising mode i will be happy and on the plus side if i ever need speed its there.


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    get the rxt-x hands down more power nicer looking and to boot if you got a awesome deal leave the 155 for the pantie riders

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    I like the GTX 155, especially just for cruising around and no worry of SC.
    Can't beat an N/A for fuel and durability!

    50-60MPH is fast enough for going to the beach!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shrabber View Post
    get the rxt-x hands down more power nicer looking and to boot if you got a awesome deal leave the 155 for the pantie riders
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    2012 RXT-X has a very comfortable ride and is a beast in Sport Mode, but really sucks in ECO Mode!

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    I've had a couple new rxtx 260 skis and once you ride it your going to forget about the gas consumption.
    They are like rockets on the water.
    Gtx is a great ski but you can't beat 0-70 in 4 seconds...

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    Rxtx.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by DonHy View Post
    Hi guys,

    I'm in the market for a second seadoo originally i was looking another gtx but i found an awsome deal on a 2012 rxtx so my question is if i want to use the rxtx just for cruising around will it be just as efficient as gtx in eco mode ? now i know there is no such think as fuel efficient ski but I'm happy with 2010 gtx fuel consumption and if i can get a similar consumption with rxtx in cruising mode i will be happy and on the plus side if i ever need speed its there.
    It appears that you already have a GTX. Yes it is a very good ski, BUT.... if you can get an RXTX for as good of a deal as you say, then go for it. You won't be sorry you did. Save the GTX you already have for "guest's" or "friends" and lesser experianced riders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wotxxxsd View Post
    I've had a couple new rxtx 260 skis and once you ride it your going to forget about the gas consumption.
    They are like rockets on the water.
    Gtx is a great ski but you can't beat 0-70 in 4 seconds...

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