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  1. #31
    In cases cases like this, why not get the GP1800 and something else (bigger) too. That way you have the best of both worlds.

    Unless the OP is an exceptionally skilled Rider, he should expect to get bounced around pretty good when the waves / wind comes up on the GP1800. JB

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    Quote Originally Posted by gleson View Post
    The Yamaha GP1800 is winning lots of applause, but where does it rate in its ability to handle the chop and rough water amongst some of the leading performance jet skis such as the Kawasaki 310 range, Seadoo RXTX 300, Seadoo RXP300 and its big brother the Yamaha FXSVHO. They are all wonderful products that give us the consumer plenty of options.

    Here is your response. 1 hour 47min

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