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    HI:D need a bit of help.

    hi im new to the site but i eed a bit of help. which is the best ski for reliability and speed

    seadoo rxpx
    yamaha fzr
    kawasaki 300

    and which one can reach higher speeds easier. meaning spending a couple hundred will give me 75+ or what ever


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    Best advise is to start reading......

    And welcome to the Forum.....

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    All 3 are considered very fast platforms! The big 300X is the drug of choice this past year, it does weigh over 1K Lbs, but can flat out scream. You just need to deside what type of ride you are going after ? All three will reach 75 Mph with out a lot troubl or $$, the Kaw, Yammy, RXP-x in that order of difficaulty & cost in my opinion. Welcome to the Hulk & Good Luck Either choice ... you can't go wrong

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