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    Vicious Rumors and Vile Gossip: The Engine to Recrown Sea-Doo The Horsepower King

    While its detractors are taking to their keyboards and smartphones to hammer out the latest criticisms of the new Spark, there’s one thing that can’t be denied, and that’s Sea-Doo’s willingness to “put it all out there.” Seemingly untethered by the same cautious legal departments that shackle its competitors, Sea-Doo has a habit of sticking […]
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    300 HP Doo...can't wait.

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    That thing got a hemi in it?

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    Is the entire article merely speculation on what Sea Doo might do?

    It reads strangely in places.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Q in Arizona View Post
    300 HP Doo...can't wait.
    The number of impressive in stock form watercraft models that require premium octane fuel is growing.

    For those who prefer or require non-premium gasoline engines the choices are not improving so much, it seems.

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    Not so, both Yamahas (SHO and SVHO) as well as Sea-Doos can run on 87 octane, that is, according to their websites. How well a RXP-X will run on "the cheap stuff" is left up to discussion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BryanP View Post
    That thing got a hemi in it?
    Lol...i thought the same thing when i read it.

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    Hurry up already!!! I'm itching to buy a new ski and i don't have no interest on the Yamalogs!!!

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    The joke is that most all four- and five-valve combustion chambers are classified as "semi-hemispherical." But as a "Mopar guy," I couldn't help myself in throwing that in there.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rustymuscle View Post
    Not so, both Yamahas (SHO and SVHO) as well as Sea-Doos can run on 87 octane, that is, according to their websites. How well a RXP-X will run on "the cheap stuff" is left up to discussion.

    Bullshit!

    Post the link To Yamaha's website that states SVHO can run on 87, and I owe You an apology...

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