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    What would you do?

    I always wanted to get an RXT-X, only problem was money

    I want to get in the sport extremely badly. However, my thing is I wanted speed and more speed.

    I have driven skis plenty of times.

    Would it be a dumb decision to buy a Spark (that I can afford right now), or should I just continue saving for an RXT-X?

    I'm also paying off my truck which is why I can't afford an RXT X


    Suggestions would be great


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    You want performance and speed and all the toys? Wait and treat yourself to the TX

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    Buy it, why not. You can always sell it later and upgrade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghawdex View Post
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    I'm also paying off my truck which is why I can't afford an RXT X


    Suggestions would be great
    You have just answered your own question, buy what you can afford & then you don't have to worry about extra payments. I would like to upgrade to a newer ski, but can't afford to right now. Continue saving for the RXTX, maybe by the time you have enough, there will be a better & faster ski that might interest you.

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    or buy one a used one first

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    How about buying like a 2008-2009 RXT/P-X with low hours. Maybe you can find a good deal on 2010 at this time of the year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skylolow View Post
    How about buying like a 2008-2009 RXT/P-X with low hours. Maybe you can find a good deal on 2010 at this time of the year.
    I have thought about this... however I have always brought new and feel more at ease when buying new.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big mack View Post
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    Stop it. Where in NY are you from?

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    Do you like speed or just messing around dooin dounuts?

    Speed= rxpx or rxtx
    slow&fun = spark





    I already made my choice.... fast! RXPX soon to be in my garage!

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