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    Yamaha's new rival to the Seadoo spark ITS ON!!

    I think they've Surpassed themselves this time

    http://imageshack.us/a/img33/8820/kflq.jpg


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    That's exactly what yamalog needs...

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    LOL

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    Got Boost? psycho rxp's Avatar
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    lol

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    I want to mod it.
    Can I cut holes in the bucket so the water brake slows down more gradual?

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    thats awesome

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    This is how I run a jetski shop in the desert nmpeter's Avatar
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    Dude you owe me a keyboard and a "double mocca got to make it myself latte cause starbucks laughs at where I live"

    Oh yeah..a bottle ondex nd a box of kleenex to clean my screen.

    and they say the english have no sense of humors.

    Even the typos were hillarious.

    my favorite was the "BRS" speed brake.

    What's "on" now is a contest to come up with the most insane competition to the new spark.

    I'll reveal now the

    "Perpetual"

    "The PWC that doesn't need gas!"

    This beauty run completely on compressed air, which spins an new super mini mini turbocharger ( insert pic of 14mm charger wheel) at over 5million revs per minute...this and a new hydraulic clutch and two speed gearbox ( reverse will be an option once we figgura out how to do it) puts the power to the water with an air jet that can be fitted with an optional "thistle whistle" to let you pals know your coming up behind them fast. Excess supercharger output is diverted to fill the 120 gallon compressed air tank that is at the heart of this beast. With a fold out picnic table and a nitrogen charged refrigeration unit for the optional on board wine cooler the entire family can enjoy a drunken day of boating

    After the initial fill of the air tank ( you'll need to find a scuba shop to accomplish this as you'll need a 3000PSi initial charge) you never have to charge the tank, or add any sort of fuel or battery acid to enjoy your minutes on the water. The "perpetual" PWC is HERE!

    I better go outside and gey some air..I just realized I left an engine running in the shop and I feel kinda
    sdqwefr
    Last edited by nmpeter; 09-17-2013 at 03:58 PM. Reason: lawsuit threatened..had to remove some details

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    Glad you liked it, one of my ski buddies came up with it and I had to share it lol

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    Thanks to all the seadoo owners for keeping mechanics busy

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