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    300 or 310 ? Trading up

    For the people that have had the 300X and have rode the 310 is there enough difference to shell out 2500 to $3000 extra for the 310? I know its new but Just want some Advice Thanks ! I am looking at trading my 07 350x on a 300 or a 310 My x has 100 hrs. $9500 to boot for the 310 and $7000 for the 300
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    Where in the world are you getting a 310x for 9500?! I'll buy 2 right now

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    Hell I may buy 3-300x's for that price, resale and still profit hahaha

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    I think that's the price after trade-in

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    9500 to boot 0n a 310 I can get a 300 for 7300 to boot I am just looking to see if there is $2500 more machine in the 310 vs the 300

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    310 for sure.
    It's going to be a lot more reliable and worth more when you sell in the future.
    Also get the max warranty available.

    I've ridden the 310 and she's a beast.
    My riding buddy traded in his fz on it and he's beating our stock dooos every time.
    Seadoo better get with the program for 2015 or else I might be on a 310 or svho...
    Im slipping to the DARK SIDE....


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    Curious where you are located.

    If you are in the South East - you may wish to look at this deal here:

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...=1#post2319917

    Or even this one here:

    http://www.skypowersportslakewales.c...id=496634&ni=1

    If you are a weekend "Recreation" Rider - I am certain the Ultra-300x will fulfill your fun-seeking aspirations nicely.

    I think it is safe to assume you want to separate yourself from a '07 Ultra-250x - rather than a 350x - which you wrote above?

    Lastly, you could procure your new ski and new trailer in an "out-right deal" - based on doing homework over the winter season and sell your 2007 model come Spring time - and with the money you save - probably pay for your entire summer's fuel bill.

    Do some homework, the left-over models surely seem to offer some of the very best deals vs. the new 2014 skis.

    Good Luck !!!

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    310 for sure. 310 has all the latest technological improvements from all prior year Ultras. The 2 big ones are increased oil capacity (a full quart) and a knock sensor to help deter less than ideal fuel. Prior Ultras don't have this and its a big plus in the recreational world in my opinion.

    I am at 25+ hours on my 310 and I can tell you the fit and finish on this Ski is unmatched to any Ski I currently own or have owned in the past. My 25 hour inspection on the 310, done by me and my Dealer, has revealed zero issues . . . the Ski is very tight.

    I am sure the 2013 / 2012 model is also fine. But for 2014 the bar was raised, and I am one happy customer JB

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    all the 300"s are just fine....you WILL NOT be unhappy for sure

    But if funds allow for the 310 , then its a no brainer

    Waz

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    I mess around with a guy on my lake with a 300X....there very close. The 300x has the hole shot but then its fairly even after that and my RXPX runs about 1-1.5MPH faster then him on the top end. So from there on I pull away. But top end of all these skis can be 1-2MPH different so. Two are usually not the same. In other words you and your buddy will be about the same. You can do a simple Vtech tune and 4" air intake and you'll beat him all over(outside of rough water). You'll run about 73MPH or so and have more power through the rev range. Turning is what the RXPX is all about. It's hell of a fun hull. Also if you don't tune your RXPX you can run regular unleaded if you can't get Premium all the time. I was told 0-30 times around 1.5 sec. Who knows, as driver and condition of your ski has a huge influence on hole shot.

    If you really want to smoke him..........Simple....Buy a 2014 FZ and do a VTech tune for about $1000 and enjoy what will be a high 70 if not 80 jetski.

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