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    a bit lost

    Sup people, im completely new to this forum.... im going to make my question completely short and simple.... what is the hull of the seadoo? and why do people want it to be changed? i was waiting for the new 2008 models to come out to purchase one, but i keep hearing hull this hull that.... if someone can educate me on this i'd appreciate it, i've never purchased a seadoo and this was going to be my first, but now im having second thoughts, should i wait for the 2009 models or not?


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    welcome to the forum!
    The "hull" is the body of the ski below the rub rail, top of the rub rail is the deck...
    in reference to the hull: I`m assuming the members are talking about the design has been around for a while and some say seadoo should have changed the design...PR...
    Last edited by Pale Rider; 08-26-2007 at 04:57 PM.

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    but why change it? whats wrong with this hull? i was about to purchase the 2007 rxp until i read that a faster 2008 model would come out, so i decided to hold out for this year, and purcahse one next march or april.

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