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    a 2 seater in the future?

    kawi has dominated the offshore racing, but do you think maybe in the future they get a two seater to battle the fz and rxp x?


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    Probably not. They are the slowest company from an innovative standpoint. They could surprise us but don't hold your breath. We would be lucky to get a supercharged "STX" platform, which would be a good closed course fighter.

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    Slowest company from an innovative standpoint..what a crock of shit obviously not a kawasaki owner to witness the improvements year after year

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    I would hope they would go after the standup market before a "2 seater" and lets be honest Yamaha does not make a 2 seater they make a 3 seater with a smaller seat. Imo the only real 2 seater on the market is the spark.

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    I couldn't get 3 on my FZR at all. Not even close, so I converted to an FZS.

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    Yea but my point is its still the same 3 seater hull...

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    I don't think we see a 2 seater. The current generation Ultra models seem to fit current market demands.

    True, Kawasaki has made significant improvements to the Lineup every year since 2007. JB

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    Quote Originally Posted by john belton View Post
    I don't think we see a 2 seater. The current generation Ultra models seem to fit current market demands.

    True, Kawasaki has made significant improvements to the Lineup every year since 2007. JB

    Spark sales just might prove your market demand theory way wrong...

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    Quote Originally Posted by r33pwrd View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by john belton View Post
    I don't think we see a 2 seater. The current generation Ultra models seem to fit current market demands.

    True, Kawasaki has made significant improvements to the Lineup every year since 2007. JB

    Spark sales just might prove your market demand theory way wrong...
    Spark is a cheap ass entry level ski i cant see any other manufacturer being that stupid to try and compete with it. There better off sitting back taking the next sale after the purchaser realizes what a piece of junk they brought

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    Im noticing the sparks are getting traded back to the dealers.
    No one likes them up here.
    Suckers just bought them because they are cheap.

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