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    Suzuki PWC? why not?

    do u guys think that suzuki will ever manufacture a pwc?
    im surprised that they havent already...


    i think it be sweet if they made something new


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    Cool

    ever hear of tigershark,that was suzuki motor NEXT!

    later cd

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    How about a Ford PWC? lol

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    Don't laugh. Suzuki makes a 300 hp 4 stroke outboard motor. They have some of the best performing bikes made. If they made a PWC they would have a good choice of existing engines to use for power. I'm inclined to believe that if Suzuki entered the PWC arena, they would become top dog in short order.


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    I remember when Mercury was thinking about getting in the game as well.
    The Suzuki motors that Tigershark used weren't that great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chip View Post
    ever hear of tigershark,that was suzuki motor NEXT!

    later cd

    Tigershark was made by ArctiCat. They had a tie to Suzuki, somehow?

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    A buddy had here a Tigershark with a Suzuki 2 stroke 3 cylinders...and it was not reliable...

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    Quote Originally Posted by '02GPRider View Post
    Tigershark was made by ArctiCat. They had a tie to Suzuki, somehow?
    Arctic Cat uses Suzuki motors in everything they build.

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    25 years ago - my first PWC - The WetBike - was a fast 68HP Suzuki

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    ya the suzuki motor in the tigershark was a turd.. but keep in mind that when the tigersharks were out ALL pwc were in the lower HP range. maybe if they redesign the powerplant to something more like the GSXR or busa they would have a big comeback.. I kinda remember there was one tigershark hull that accually looked kinda cool..

    I still feel that if HRC honda racing ever took there boats serious that it would be all over for doo-kawi-yami.. ive got honda crf50 crf230 and had a few cbr's as well as a honda generator and man ill tell ya. you cant kill em. if they were just faster off the showroom id buy one in a sec..

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