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    I'm new to this site, and waverunners all together. I do have a SeaDoo Challenger 1800, which i;m selling to buy a waverunner. I'm trying to decide between two skis that i went and saw. its a 04 Seadoo gtx sc, and a 03 yamaha gp1300r. I'm not into racing and stuff like that, just to pull a tube, and ride around the lake. I would appreciate any help you can give me on these two machines, about whats a better buy. as far as maintenance, fuel consumption, stuff like that. Thanks


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    Thanks for the info fellow seadoo guys. I posted on the yamaha side, and had 6 responses in no time. Thanks anyways

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    Between the two, I would suggest the GTX....mainly due to ease of use for whatr you doo, such as pull a tube and such...it has LOTS more storage than the GPR, and maintenance on it is simple...

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    See. thats exactly what i needed, someones opinion. i appreciate it Danny. I think i'm going with the gtx sc. in my opinion, it looks alot better too. Thanks

    Jeff

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff1229 View Post
    See. thats exactly what i needed, someones opinion. i appreciate it Danny. I think i'm going with the gtx sc. in my opinion, it looks alot better too. Thanks

    Jeff

    No problem, thats what this forum is for. Look around, learn as much as you can...

    If you doo get it, you can run it as is...but the only maintenance you need to do before you put it in the water is swap out the SC clutches from ceramic to metal...Thats the ONLY thing you need to do...Jerry (GreenHulk) can do the swap for you, just remove your SC and send it to him...


    --Danny

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    tubing on an rxp is funnnn!!!!! hahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by psi_2_high View Post
    tubing on an rxp is funnnn!!!!! hahaha






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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny View Post
    No problem, thats what this forum is for. Look around, learn as much as you can...

    If you doo get it, you can run it as is...but the only maintenance you need to do before you put it in the water is swap out the SC clutches from ceramic to metal...Thats the ONLY thing you need to do...Jerry (GreenHulk) can do the swap for you, just remove your SC and send it to him...


    --Danny
    How much would that cost?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff1229 View Post
    How much would that cost?


    Refer to the links I posted in this thread
    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=47694

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