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    IBR?

    the gts also appears to be very similar to both the gti and the gti-se with one notable difference - no IBR. most of the family are inexperienced riders so i'm thinking the IBR is a pretty good feature to have. i know "back in the day" nobody had braking or reverse and managed to get by, so a question for you experienced riders - would you go with a better deal on the gts or hold out for a gti/gti-se with IBR?


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    My 2012 Rxpx was my first ski with IBR after 10 prior skis. I fricken love it.
    I would hold out.

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    Ibr is a great feature and much needed for a new rider. Once you use it and are familiar with it you feel much safer riding a pwc.
    The best new feature on a pwc by far!!!
    Just my .02
    Last edited by wotxxxsd; 01-26-2014 at 12:46 PM.

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    Get the gti. Better resale and not all that much in price

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    thanks for the answers and advice. last thing i want to do is spend several thousand dollars on a ski and wake up with buyer's remorse a month later.........

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    The start in neutral alone is worth the cost. Definitely get it if you can swing the $

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    Please go 5 or 6 threads below this one (at the current time) and find my "ibr instructional video" thread. Watch the video and you'll see how the system works.

    Update: Just bumped video thread to top.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big O View Post
    the gts also appears to be very similar to both the gti and the gti-se with one notable difference - no IBR. most of the family are inexperienced riders so i'm thinking the IBR is a pretty good feature to have. i know "back in the day" nobody had braking or reverse and managed to get by, so a question for you experienced riders - would you go with a better deal on the gts or hold out for a gti/gti-se with IBR?
    Ill give you a great deal on my 2012 GTI SE 130,only 49 hours on it and still looks and runs like new,can set up some place to meet.comes with 2 life vests,sand anchor,dock ropes and dock bumpers,sea doo cover and sea doo move trailer. 1 year left on the warranty. Ken

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    I wouldn't own a ski without it. Once you try it you'll never look back.

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    ride it like you stole it!!! raceneked's Avatar
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    iBR rocks. ...get it.


    ...and start saving now. the family will soon be wanting their 'own' ski; you'll be back for more - trust me.

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