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    2012 seadoo gti 130 how can I make it faster

    Hey how are ya ? Just joined and im looking to make my 2012 get 130 faster I have done some research and noticed that my ski is basically the same as 155 and 215 and so on engines seem to be same displacement , was wondering how to get my ski to the 65 mile an hour mark or if its even possible? can the 155 riva stage 1 kit work on my gti 130 ? any help or info would be appreciated


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    The 130 would need the 155 ecu and cam, along with major (expensive) motor work to get there.
    It would be cheaper to swap your 130 (may be able to trade someone dead even) for a used rxp215 and rebuild the supercharger.
    Stock rxp 215 will get ya 67-69mph.

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    Thanks for the reply , thats definitely something to think about.. if i just change ecu and not the cam , what could i expect speed wise

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    ecu upgrade maybe 5mph with free mods
    65mph takes almost 200hp

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    Your ski is 100% like the 155hp ski other than the computer..
    You will gain 25hp and see an increased quickness in mid range power and 5 mph more speed..

    So your looking at dumping a lot of cash to get to 65mph on gps..

    After the 155 ecu you should be 57-60 mph but that last 5-7 mph is going to cost you a lot more than the ecu..

    Before dumping a lot of cash you might look at trading your ski for a 215hp..
    65-67 mph all day long on a stock 215hp..

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    Sell it and buy a faster ski if you want to go that fast. That is the easiest way to go about that. I hear you can get brand new 2013 GTR 215's for $10k out the door. Those ski's run pretty damn good.

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    Just a quick question for you. Where would I go about getting a 155hp ecu for my 2013 sea doo gts 130 and how much will it run me and how hard is it to install. Thank You.




    Quote Originally Posted by wotxxxsd View Post
    Your ski is 100% like the 155hp ski other than the computer..
    You will gain 25hp and see an increased quickness in mid range power and 5 mph more speed..

    So your looking at dumping a lot of cash to get to 65mph on gps..

    After the 155 ecu you should be 57-60 mph but that last 5-7 mph is going to cost you a lot more than the ecu..

    Before dumping a lot of cash you might look at trading your ski for a 215hp..
    65-67 mph all day long on a stock 215hp..

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    these guys they may have a ecu flash for under $1000
    http://www.vtechtuned.com/

    IMO sell your 130 and get a 215hp ski

    on a 13 you may be able to buy the upgrade (flash) at your brp dealer
    Last edited by skidoochris; 04-26-2014 at 06:49 AM.

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