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    Yamaha VXS

    Hi all.. I have been looking for a new/used jetski, and the VXS looks like a good ski with good fuel economy and good performance, but i dont know anybody that have one, does someone here have one and can tell me more about it? Right now i have a XL700, i like it alot coz it feels very reliable, do you think VXS i a reliable machine?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Niklas View Post
    Hi all.. I have been looking for a new/used jetski, and the VXS looks like a good ski with good fuel economy and good performance, but i dont know anybody that have one, does someone here have one and can tell me more about it? Right now i have a XL700, i like it alot coz it feels very reliable, do you think VXS i a reliable machine?



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    It is probably one of the fastest most reliable n/a ski's around. Many of them running hundreds of hours no problems with anything. What type of water do you ride in.

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    extremely reliable ski, i've got a 150 hrs on mine with nothing but oil changes, and that 98% full throttle twistie chasing 90+ mph GPRXPs, if your looking to go over 70, dont bother, buy a SHO powered ski, if 67/68 all day makes you happy, by all means its the ski to have,

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    Only thing better is a 1.8L FXHO.

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    Vxs vxr great ski..
    Best n/a ski made.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leejax01 View Post
    Only thing better is a 1.8L FXHO.
    If you got money and no responsibilities lol just kidding

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    Know right! Even used you don't see many of them.

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    I guarantee any vxs will be more reliable than a 10+ year old xl700

    Its a great ski, I've put quite a few hours on one.

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    Love my ride now but i do wish i could get more speed....but overall great ski !!

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    150 hours in 2 season on my VXR and it been a great ski

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