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    What Ski for Wave Jumping and Playing in the Surf Please ?

    Hello Everyone ,
    My RXP-X260 is in too high state of tune for Jumping and Playing in the Surf now and wanted to buy something small powerful ,
    I had A Polaris SL1050 many years ago and loved it and there is a cheap one on Ebay at the moment ,
    I dont want to spend big money on one , I looked at blaster and they silly money ,
    Are parts still available for Polaris ?
    What other sit downs would you recommend ?
    I would really appreciate your input please,
    Thanks,
    waz


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    QUADSKI!! wave jumping, search & rescue & with another 35K investment, it could be as fast as, well.., as fast as a Quadski...

    Honestly - looks like they're having a ton of fun on the SPARKS...

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    There are parts available for Polaris,there are a few Polaris fans in England on the Polaris section, they could provide parts sources and better advice.

    If you like the SL1050, you should buy it. The 2000 & 2001 SLX had 1200 engines for some extra power and pretty much the same hull.

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    Thanks Casey , I am going to bid on it
    Quote Originally Posted by casey67 View Post
    There are parts available for Polaris,there are a few Polaris fans in England on the Polaris section, they could provide parts sources and better advice.

    If you like the SL1050, you should buy it. The 2000 & 2001 SLX had 1200 engines for some extra power and pretty much the same hull.

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    95xp800, 96xp or 97-99 spx. They will always have a special place in my heart. Love them till death.

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    pick up a 04/05 rxp, thats what i did.

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    I would go gp1300r for wave jumping, lightweight and not bad on the top end speed wise

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    i would go with a kawasaki stx 15f. nice nimble ski good acceleration and great fuel economy

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    Waveblaster.............

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