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    New here... thank god.

    I have been looking for an active forum with some jet-ski junkies for a bit now... thank god I found one.

    I have always loved pwc's and always wanted one (but never had the money!) still don't have enough buy plan on buying one somehow soon..

    Anyway's, If I do buy one, it's definitely going to be a seadoo as I have always had a passion for them, my question is, which one would you buy if you could?

    I have been looking at the RXT 260 and RXT X 260. What are your guys opinions on these? I have read something about the welding on these things and may cause problems? I'm not quite sure, but overall, do these skis give much problems or not?

    I'm looking for a ski just to cruise around with and able to handle the rough ocean.

    Thanks in advance!


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    Welcome to the Hulk.

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    the 260 is always an X version I thought. The normal RXT is a 215 and plenty if you just want to cruise around with a good ride. BTW welcome. This place is entertaining to say the least

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    Yea, don't thank God yet! Lmao


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    Quote Originally Posted by imp0ster View Post
    the 260 is always an X version I thought. The normal RXT is a 215 and plenty if you just want to cruise around with a good ride. BTW welcome. This place is entertaining to say the least
    I need to check now. I thought the new RXT was a 260 too, not a 215.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jp1300r View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by imp0ster View Post
    the 260 is always an X version I thought. The normal RXT is a 215 and plenty if you just want to cruise around with a good ride. BTW welcome. This place is entertaining to say the least
    I need to check now. I thought the new RXT was a 260 too not a 215.
    It is, same ski, same charger, ecu etc. Different colors. X ski doesn't have boarding ladder. RXT does. X package also has some other dash features etc.

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    The RXT is a 260, so bedsides the color and the ladder and other features on the gage, pretty much performance wise, it's the same? I actually like the colors on the RXT better then the X. Kinda curious, what features are on the gage of the RXT X that the RXT does't have?

    ALSO

    I'm looking to see what other people have paid for their new RXT 260 and if that price was with the trailer or not.

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by blkturbo! View Post
    Yea, don't thank God yet! Lmao

    Thank Santa? lol

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    ijust bought a rxt x 260 2 weeks ago. the x package guages come with the boost guage, while the rxt comes with the crusie control. taxes in with a trailer cover 2 new PFDs i paid $19200.

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