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    New Ultra 250! New Forum Member!

    Hi All!

    I've put 2 hours on my brand new ski and love it! The buzzing from the supercharger was a little disconcerting at first but it seemed to be running well so I ignored it. I guess its normal from what I read here.

    I was surprised at how low in the water it rode ( I weigh 200) but otherwise handled great!

    The dealer I bought it from in Palm Bay (take a guess) really was bad and I'll never go there again. I should have gone to Cocoa. Oh well, live and learn....

    Thanks for all the info, I look forward to sharing. - John in Melbourne


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    Welcome, let us know what you think after it is broke in!

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    Welcome to the forum !

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    Welcome ! House of Power in Palm Bay has to be the worst dealer in the state. Over priced and clueless about the stuff they sell. How they stay in business I'll never understand. Must be because their customers are as clueless as they are !


    Richard

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    Quote Originally Posted by way2fast View Post
    Welcome ! House of Power in Palm Bay has to be the worst dealer in the state. Over priced and clueless about the stuff they sell. How they stay in business I'll never understand. Must be because their customers are as clueless as they are !


    Richard
    I agree. I went there because a friend of mine works there and thought I'd give his shop my business. They were, as you said, clueless. I had to adjust the steering, the latches and tighten numerous loose screws, bolts etc. The price started out good then was just average after all their BS. Worst of all they are a bunch of rude SOB's.

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    They "un crate" all their new PWC and then leave them outside in the elements until sold..sometimes baking in the sun for months ! Often the customer will end up paying top dollar for a faded and used looking ski. Like so many of the local dealers, their business is selling motorcycles, with PWC just an after thought.

    Richard

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    Hi John, I'd also like to WELCOME you to the Green Hulk Forums!!!
    Enjoy your ride, wish I had one in my driveway!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ph2ocraft View Post
    Hi John, I'd also like to WELCOME you to the Green Hulk Forums!!!
    Enjoy your ride, wish I had one in my driveway!!
    Thanks Ph20craft! I've already learned quite a bit here and I hope to contribute as well once I gain some experience with the new ski. It will primarily be a surf tow in ski as well as a "play" ski for wake boarding skiing and intercoastal bar hopping!

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