09-14-2013, 10:22 AM #1
Introducing the new 2014 line up of Sea-Doo Watercraft
Here we are, the moment we all have been anxiously awaiting. I assure you, 2014 will "Spark" a new flame in the personal watercraft industry.
It's been fun to read comments from people on this forum as well as other social media networks. Many people have posted how they want a smaller watercraft, more affordable, cheaper to operate and most important of all, FUN!
While the larger watercraft we enjoy now are lots of fun, we seem to have lost an element of riding from the good ole days. The days when PWC were small, light and nimble, could catch serious air in the surf and would give you that "close to the water" exhilaration when leaning it hard into a turn. Well my friends, Sea-Doo is bringing those days back to us with the all new Spark Watercraft.
Sea Doo started development of the Spark watercraft 8 years ago. Its concept started from a blank sheet of paper with great minds behind the development. Internally called "CAFE" by Sea Doo developers. The code name CAFE was to remind them of what this watercraft should be to their customers:
Easy to operate
After personally riding the Spark for a couple of days I can assure you Sea Doo achieved all of their goals with this unique little watercraft.
Clean and simple, and has super low emissions, this ski packs quite a punch with it's new 900cc ACE power plant
Available in two HP versions. 60 HP and 90 HP. This is a tiny motor, very light and has tons of torque. We saw this engine first released last year with the Ski Doo snowmobiles. These engines are a huge hit in that venue and is the perfect powerplant to carry over to the Spark watercraft.
This engine uses the latest technology Bosch ECU of which V-Tech already has tunes for. So if you want to add some more "spunk" to your "Spark" then you are all set! www.youTUNEit.net
Affordably priced at only $4999 for a base model spark, and $7199 for a loaded out 3 up model with IBR and 90 HP motor this ski will open up a whole new market. I suspect we will see an entirely new crowd joining us in this hobby we all love so much. I also suspect many of us with high HP Musclecraft will want a Spark as a second ski. I know I will definitely be getting one. They are just that much fun!
Fun factor of this ski is off the charts. Based off of the old HX hull, the center part of the hull is actually a direct copy and paste of the old HX hull. It's a bit wider and a bit longer which makes it very stable for a watercraft of such a small size. The Spark weighs a mere 400 lbs in it's 2 up configuration and 430 lbs in a 3 up configuration. With an impressive power to weight ratio this ski packs quite a hole shot and and just rips in and out of turns giving the rider a unique close to the water experience.
Easy to use in that you can store it almost anywhere and tow it with any vehicle. You could even tow it with a Smart Car if you choose to do so.
2 big strong men can carry it alone, or 4 guys could easily pull this ski out the back of a truck and toss it into the water.
The Spark watercraft is available in 5 exciting colors. In addition, Sea Doo will have a vast assortment of different graphics kit which will enable you to make your Spark truly your own.
If you ever get tired of the color of your spark then simply swap out the colored panels for a different color. This can be done in under an hour.
Expect a strong response from the after market for this cool little watercraft. Ride plates, intake grates, sponsons, decal kits and many Sea Doo authorized accessories can be found here in the Green Hulk Forums online store using this direct link www.sparkwatercraft.com
Introducing the all new Sea Doo Spark
"Sparking The Dream"
"Sparking A New Generation"
"Sparking A New Design"
The new Spark Watercraft is available in 5 exciting colors.
It was an absolute pleasure getting to meet and hang out with the design team of this watercraft. They have worked extremely hard on this project and the pride and excitement they share just beams from their faces. No doubt, they should be very proud as this is such an amazing little watercraft that's sure to start a new "Spark" in our industry. They have made this craft incredibly easy to work on. The entire top deck will come off in less than 10 minutes. Once off you have easy access to everything. This is an amazing feature I hope we get to see propagate into other future models
The new Spark retains closed loop cooling, however it uses a keel cool embedded into the hull instead of the ride plate as seen on other models. This will pave the way for easily changed after market ride plates. Once available you will find them at www.sparkwatercraft.com
The fire extinguisher is easily accessed by popping the seat off. First aid kit and engine oil fill/dipstick are easily accessed without removing the top deck.
The Spark utilizes a 142mm pump. The wear ring is forward of the pump which makes for easy changing.
Be sure to download the Spark spec sheet below
09-15-2013, 09:00 AM #2
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09-15-2013, 09:44 AM #6
So which Sea Doo is right for you? Use the information in the following attachments for lot of information on the Sea Doo watercrafts.
[CENTER]Which Sea Doo is right for you?
Why Choose Sea Doo?
09-15-2013, 09:45 AM #7
Sea Doo Intelligent Brake and Reverse
09-15-2013, 07:02 PM #8
09-15-2013, 07:04 PM #9
guess they were working with apple on these new model LOL
09-15-2013, 07:06 PM #10
No more power. Well looks like I'm keeping mine and making it faster.
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