Thread: What's Next
06-27-2013, 10:16 PM #1
So after leaving the 2 stroke stuff long ago I've been enjoying the hell out of my FZR AND Ultra
Well, the kids are getting older, I'm slower but still like 65 so I'm trying to decide what next?
I bought a VXR and its great for the kids but I'm still looking for a little more so what do we have for SD choices?
we mostly rivèr ride-sometimes 400 miles in a weekend but mostly done fast cruising and a few stops along the way.
what would you guys recommend in the Sea Doo arena?
My son thinks the RXP-x is bitchen looking but how is it for river riding and is there a better option?
I'm thinking the GTR 215 is pretty sweet but is the lack of horsepower worth saving the money?
06-27-2013, 11:34 PM #2
Both skis you mentioned are really nice.
The px is a 2 seater and has the looks of a futuristic ski.
The px handles like its on rails and is a very solid and stable ski.
Both skis are great for river riding.
The gtr is a 3 seater and its just a tad slower than the px but both units are going to max out at the same speed.
Both units are lightening fast and very reliable.
It's all about your taste in skis.
Both skis will easily toast that 1.8 liter yamalog.
06-28-2013, 09:00 AM #3
The 1800 is plenty strong and the top end is very respectable...and it runs on regular gas all day long
What the Yami lacks is the fun high speed carving action.
My thought is will the XP and/or the GTI make a good cruiser as well as having the "fun" characteristics?
06-28-2013, 09:08 AM #4
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