Thread: Looking to get a RXP-X 255.
07-29-2013, 08:25 PM #1
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Looking to get a RXP-X 255.
I'm thinking about getting a 2010 or 2011 Rxp x 255 this fall or next spring. I'm just wondering if it's worth the extra money to get a 2012 Rxp x 260 or any other PWC, I'm keeping my mind open. I mainly do calm river riding and a couple lakes, but I will probably do rides to the rough Georgian Bay or Lake Simcoe. But rough water performance doesn't matter much to me. I want to be able to have fun, jump, corner hard, do 180's, etc.
What I'm mainly trying to find out if there are any issues with the 2010/2011 rxp x 255 or if there is any must have things I should get, like better seals or bearings as I'll probably ride it hard. I assume the Rxp x can handle hard riding stock though.
I'm planning on keeping whatever I choose to get stock, but if do plan on doing anything, I live right by the guy who owns Race Tech so I can take it to him if I ever choose to do something.
07-29-2013, 08:45 PM #2
Older skis = better jumping and slightly faster Newer skis = better cornering and slightly slower.
07-29-2013, 11:41 PM #3
The 08-11 model px 255 skis are rock solid bad ASS performers..
I've had 30-40 of these units and they are near bullet proof..
I sold 1 to each of my riding buddys and of course they modded them a little bit. So now when I'm riding a stock 260 they rocket past me.
Those year px skis can easily run 76-78 mph gps with very few mods..
Some of the best skis that I think seadoo has made..
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