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Thread: Rxp-X vs SHO??

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    Rxp-X vs SHO??

    Please advise which is better buy and why??

    im planning on buying a new ski and want to know the differences from owners?


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    Whats that whistling noise? jtskier11's Avatar
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    This for real?????

    How big of a ski do you want? How do you ride? WHERE do you ride?

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    for me easy question..RXP-X but this is the sea-doo side of the forum

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    seadoo rxp-x all the way !!!!

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    Had 2 yamahas in the past...nothing but problems.

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    between selling my 04rxp and waiting to pick up the new p-x ive rode about 8 diffrent skis.doos,yams,polaris not a honda thought.

    the polaris skis are ok but very boring imo,economical and cheap to buy but thats it.

    yamahas had a go of an 05 gpr an 07 gpr and an 08 fx ho i thinks the name?? gpr tbh i was bored after 5 mins.dont handle like the rxps no where near same wholeshot or anything didnt like at all bar the new blue colour scheme.
    the 4stroke one was comfy but rather flat.

    sea-doo=was on an 04 i think gtx or summit?185hp supercharged a good ski but more family id say.

    and finally got a shot of an 05 rxt with alot of hours on her.......diffrent planet to the rest imho!!!!and its a 3seater.

    depends what you want mate 2 0r 3 seater.
    i was undecided between a p-x or an ultra but im glad i chose the p-x.handling even better than the rxp and wholeshot and hookup is better.

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    funny

    He listed same thread on Yama side, funny how our views on ski's differ
    Last edited by Alex13; 05-13-2008 at 02:23 PM.

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    lol

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    Where did he go???????

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex13 View Post
    He listed same thread on Yama side, funny how our views on ski's differ
    yea originally he had it just there so i told him he mite wana put it here... then the biased opinoins may outwiegh each other and he could be left with some truth.

    the best advise is to go try em out and the next best is to find somebody that owns both and can give you an honest opinion.

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