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    Flat water sucks! yz426er's Avatar
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    eating Yamahas for dinner!

    Two Yami's down and more to go . My buddy was just braggin' about his new 07 FXHO Cruiser and how fast it is. Well, I smoked his Yami on the wifes 08 Kawi 15F. Easily pulled him thru the middle and on thru the top end. I really love this ski, it is such a blast to ride.


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    dont u love the torque of the 15f's n/a motor ?

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    Yes, nice torque out of the hole and in the midrange. Killer deal for a cool ski.

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    what kind of rpms you guys seeing on your 08 15f's? i was at the lake today and still only pulling 2 bars past 7k. i have roughly 5 hours on it.

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    i dont think i have ever seen anything past 7 on my stock display, i need an aftermarket tach for sure. i am going to run the ski almost empty next weekend and see what numbers i can pull on the GPS

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