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    Cool Fxsho-rxtx What To Buy

    I am new to this forum, but not new to the sport I have owned aproximatly 15 skis from 1989 the last pair be 03 gp 1300r stage 2 type roughly 70-72 mph i am looking at either fx shos or rxtxs stage 1 I am wanting to see what the fx sho will do when someone breaks the code on the controler and maybe a little more compresion I need the experts help

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    Sd All The Way!

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    Welcome to the forum! This is probably the best place you're going to get as close to an objective opinion about your question as possible...though you posted this in the Sea Doo section. If you haven't already noticed you might also look in the Yamaha section. I read something about a recall related to hydrolocking and also someone mentioned some cavitation issues. Here's a thread stating a similar question about Sho v. RXT-X

    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=51466

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    ahhhhhhhhh rxtx all the way. its a proven boat.. PERIOD

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    Yeh check out greenhulks thread...I was going to go with the Yamaha FX SHO..I changed my mind and im going with the RXP-X on Tuesday...

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    Welcome to the forum
    My opinion is biasis so i would just search and read.
    good luck with your decision.

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    The test say's it all... AND you can increase speed cheaply. Last but not least..... This forum can give you more support than your grandmothers bra

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    I wouldnt touch the SHO until they get a concrete fix for that driveline.

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    I am on both sides as I got both, well the SHo & RXP-X not the T-X.

    IMO.....

    RXT-X - A hardcore race ski with aggressive looks, handling and acceleration.

    SHO- Refined ski with many features, more comfort, dryer ride and huge potential (350HP) I am sure this ski will do 75 in a few months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antiguan RXP View Post
    I am on both sides as I got both, well the SHo & RXP-X not the T-X.

    IMO.....

    RXT-X - A hardcore race ski with aggressive looks, handling and acceleration.

    SHO- Refined ski with many features, more comfort, dryer ride and huge potential (350HP) I am sure this ski will do 75 in a few months.
    You mean the RXP-X?

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