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    Sea doo spark

    Well i been wanting to post about the new spark for a min but figure i waited till we really got some deep riding time we pick this 2 up 2nd day they were at the dealer both are a 3up models with convenience package no ibr models available, so far we have put almost 10 hours on them n no problem we have gone out to the ocean jump waves 4 mile ride on 2ft shops, some intercoastal riding as well n this skis are very solid very stable and even pretty dry ride they feel good for being plastic 100% also the power is good really torque specially on sports mode top speed 50 and 49 with 2 person on it. Ill deff will be building one turbo thinking like a t-15 and e85 sense is 11:1 compression, here are some pics of them out in the water

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    They Look great !! Quiet ?
    They look like they need some mats though. That plastic has to be a bit slippery.
    How is the seat as far as comfort goes ?
    Can you Post up some fuel consumption numbers if you do a long intercoastal run ?
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    How did they do as far as getting some air time?

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    Yes there quiet, i ride with water shoes most of the time but dont seem to be 2 slippery with out them, comfort is very decent rode 4+hours yesterday with the wife on the back n didnt feel to much bother, fuel is great we use half tank i say like 4 gallons or less n about 3hours and as far a air time is a combo of is light like an xp but same length as an rxp n torque is there all the time to getting high on the air is really easy n landing if landing correctly is solid the past 2 weekends we done a lot of riding in diff ways n even after jumping waves when we got home we took drain plug out n not a bit of water came out so there pretty seal up n solid design

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    Great feedback, thanks.

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    LAZBUSA ... is there any truth to all the add-on fees ? I mean my friend said the $4999. ski will be with out trailer out the door over $7K +

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    Thanks for the review!!! They will take what your willing to pay? I got a deposit on a 2 UP HO 90 HP-
    $5,699 List Price
    $361 Tax
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    $6,060 Total
    $200 Deposit Made...
    $5,860 Due on Pick Up and I register it at my convenience!!!

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    Nice to see there arriving at the dealerships.
    Keep us posted on your riding experiences!!!

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    Those look great !! Great write up and they obviously are well liked since you have been riding the piss out of them !!

    Those extenders on the back end of the 3up are very cool

    Is it hard to dock and trailer them without the reverse or iBr ?

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    Well i paid with tax, prep fee and 500 for gap 7200 out the door list price was 6100 for this model so at the end here is my final review about what the cost is u wont get a all around fun ski for that price the next cheapest is a gts 130 and it starts at 8100 plus for a base model n weights way more les power to weight and wastes more gas so to me the spark is a great boat to buy for the money and fuel economy to just go out and have fun all around on the weekends on the water, and 4tec their way easier to drive at idle compare to any other ski with out reverse or ibr couse the throttle asst and they idle at 1500 rpm so actually sometimes it feels like u almost standing still when pulling up to the dock

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