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    Exchange to a Spark?

    Hi there, thinking about to sell my Kawasaki 300x to buy a Spark and a motorbike (same price as the kaw) also have a boat to compensate for the weightloss and not to talk about the fuelbills with the 300hp!!


    Use to play around in channels and not so much ocean ridning. Will i miss the big 300hp beast? Have some1 done anything like this, from a sc ski to a spark?

    all thoughts are welcome!

    /VG
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    I have a 80mph +++ rxtx S3 and the spark always made me smile ...

    i mainly used the spark for the surf ... And the Tx for open ocean enduro

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    Quote Originally Posted by SLASHER View Post
    I have a 80mph +++ rxtx S3 and the spark always made me smile ...

    i mainly used the spark for the surf ... And the Tx for open ocean enduro
    Awsome, also find myself lovin jumpin waves and the spark
    seems pretty perfect for that?!

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    It's not as good as a blaster or a XP or Hx in wave jumping ..

    But it's better in every other way .

    If it did 60mph it would be perfect

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    I have own rxp215,FZR and rxp-x 255. But now i purchased 3up spark. After this summer i will know was it good choice.

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    Dumped my modded rxp for a pair of sparks last year. Never looked back and have zero regret. Jump, play, spin, dive whatever they are just more fun to goof on! The pair burns less fuel in a day than my rxp would.

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    Quote Originally Posted by turbojamie View Post
    Dumped my modded rxp for a pair of sparks last year. Never looked back and have zero regret. Jump, play, spin, dive whatever they are just more fun to goof on! The pair burns less fuel in a day than my rxp would.
    Yep I dumped my GTR for a pair of Sparks. They both easily use less fuel in a day than my GTR did in 2 hours. lol

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    Thx for all the answers! How is it to ride in some chop, Is it a big nono? Will the pump just suck air all the time cuz of the weight?

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    They are about the same as the old RXP first gen ...

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    Ive never owned a SC monster but have owned a few skis, 05 gp1300r 67mph, waveraider 1100 60mph couple kawasaki x2's one stock one modded 650 and just picked up a spark last weekend and i love it.. I wont lie the hull scares me overall i know its not as durable as smc but the ski itself is a blast to ride..very playful and im only using the 60hp(going to tune it to though). I think the only thing i really want is a bit more bottom end and ill be happy which i am hoping the tune with a prop matched will achieve and call it finished. I bought one this year with plans of buying another next if we find it fun and ...im about 90% sure we will get another unless i find a blaster project in the future(been wanting to build an 1100 blaster for a while now).

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