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    Rxt-x vs rxp-x

    Hi Greenhulk,
    I am in the market for a new ski and i am stuck between choosing a 300x, rxt-x or rxp-x. I will be riding on a small 600acre pretty crowded lake so it gets kind of rough sometimes, the hudson river in Ny, new jersey shore and tampa florida. I need a ski that can basically do it all i have narrowed it down to these three and possibly a wave runner. My main question is which one of the sea doos is better for rough water and everything else, i am hearing different things some people say the xt-x is better for rougher water but I've also heard the xp-x is better for rougher water so which one do you guys thing is better for rougher water?. I want something i can ride offshore with and have no problems but i don't want to compromise any of its lake riding ability. I will most likely be riding with one other person tops so the loss of a third seat wont bother me too much. Thanks


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    I am a Seadoo guy and I would get the RXTX, but the Kawasucki guys will be here shortly to tell you the 300x is the baddest ski ever made.

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    The 300x is the baddest ski ever made

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    lol

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    For rough water go either rxtx or 300x .In terms of reliability you ll hear different opinions. The 300x is faster out of the box and it consumes more fuel. If you decide to mod your ski, you have more options for the rxtx an can easily outrun the 300x As regards to looks, I like rxtx way better, 300x design looks outdated compared to rxtx, however this is my personal opinion. Also do a search on both dealers near you..very important as well...Oh..THE BADDEST SKI OUT THERE IS THE BENELLI B3R SPORT. 315 HP, AND BADASS LOOKS, SORRY KAWI GUY! Take a look and then let's talk bad...lol
    http://www.benelli-group.com/en/wate...ort/index.html
    Last edited by Sigmarxt; 06-04-2013 at 05:19 PM.

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    I was leaning more towards the SEA-DOO but i cant keep my mind away from the +40 hp the kawi has over the Sea-doos

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    This is you first ski?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sigmarxt View Post
    This is you first ski?
    Yes i do drive them quite a bit though because a lot of my friends have them.

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    Test ride them if you can.. If you have little experience, go with rxtx,,it has got brakes! The -40hp issue you can deal later... A few mods and you will be faster than 300x

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