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    Rxt-x..rxp-x

    If you guys could shed some light on a subject for me any info will be aprecated...

    I would like to have some pros and cons on the two X-models...

    I read things about the RXP having a crappy hull?
    RXP will turn faster and go faster though?
    RXT will be more stable and comfortable riding?
    Also the RXT is not going to turn as fast as the RXP?
    You cant jump a 3seater as well?
    Also what about riding 2 people as fasr as space on the ski?

    Just loking for some answers on this stuff and any other thoughts for me to find if i should go 2 or 3 seater...


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    Quote Originally Posted by hi im drummer03 View Post
    Just looking for some answers on this stuff and any other thoughts for me to find if i should go 2 or 3 seater...
    The water you ride on will normally have a big effect on the ski you get. I ride on Lake Erie and you might only see glass a few times a year. Most other times you see 2' to 3's or 3' to 5's. There are a few small harbors where you can go fast, but I get tired real quick of going in circles. With lots of fishing boats and cruisers on the Lake, these always chop from all directions on the weekends. That's why I ride mostly during the week... Ron

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    Dude you shuld just demo the ski's. You are looking for answers that are really just personal preferences and of course those are like assholes.

    If your dealer won't let you try one or two, maybe find some guys locally who will let you try theirs. Offer some gas money for the cause, it should work wonders, believe it or not, most guys who own sea doos are pretty cool... cant speak for the yammi guys though

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    Explain your statement "crappy hulls."

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    Drummer, like others said its basically your personal preference. Where do you ride, what conditions is it "usually", how many people are you going to be riding with, do you want to go fast and handle really good, or do you want to go a little less fast and rip through the chop...We can't make decisions for ya, but we can certainly help!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sundance View Post
    Explain your statement "crappy hulls."
    im not saying that but i have seen a few posts saying that and a guy said no one will argue and he didnt have any replies in the thread when he said it about a RXP hull...

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    I would assume he was refering to the delamination problems with the RXP hull.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hi im drummer03 View Post
    If you guys could shed some light on a subject for me any info will be aprecated...

    I would like to have some pros and cons on the two X-models...

    I read things about the RXP having a crappy hull?
    RXP will turn faster and go faster though?
    RXT will be more stable and comfortable riding?
    Also the RXT is not going to turn as fast as the RXP?
    You cant jump a 3seater as well?
    Also what about riding 2 people as fasr as space on the ski?

    Just loking for some answers on this stuff and any other thoughts for me to find if i should go 2 or 3 seater...
    I will have to disagree with you on turning. I have not road the P-x but the T-X turns unbelieveable. It will launch you in a heart beat.

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    I had a GP1200R and the P-X handle great. It cuts through the water like a knives edge. My friend has a RXP and the hull handled pretty good as well but the P-X seems a bit better to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VOODOO View Post
    I would assume he was refering to the delamination problems with the RXP hull.
    Yeh what is that?
    Also can you shine a little more light on cavitating?

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