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    SPEED KILLS, BUT YOU GET THERE QUICKER Keddano's Avatar
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    New Yami VS Old Matrix

    Wow,All the Hub-Bub about Yami's new 09 line-up. Can't wait till Pirate whips on them next year with the Matrix....Again.


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    I'm really liking this 1800cc FZR
    Cruise
    Wake Zone Control
    Lean in cornering
    Trim
    Tilt Steering
    18.5 gallon tank
    Regular Gasoline
    NanoXcel hull

    I think this torque monster is going to be something to reckon with.

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    SPEED KILLS, BUT YOU GET THERE QUICKER Keddano's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by ph2ocraft View Post
    I'm really liking this 1800cc FZR
    Cruise
    Wake Zone Control
    Lean in cornering
    Trim
    Tilt Steering
    18.5 gallon tank
    Regular Gasoline
    NanoXcel hull

    I think this torque monster is going to be something to reckon with.
    And DUAL CUP HOLDERS.....WOW

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keddano View Post
    And DUAL CUP HOLDERS.....WOW
    Perfect for an old man like me. LOL

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    I'm feeling naturally aspirated today pirate33's Avatar
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    Same length as the SHO and same 155 mm pump can't wait to see the telescoping steering
    Last edited by pirate33; 08-18-2008 at 01:17 AM.

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    Msx 126.
    Fzr 131.9
    Sho 132.7

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    Let's call them what they really are "Miniture Boats"!...lets get back to Personal "one man" watercraft. ...always like to poke fun at the bigger guys!

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    More speed, more vert scorp jr's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by JetskiMN View Post
    Let's call them what they really are "Miniture Boats"!...lets get back to Personal "one man" watercraft. ...always like to poke fun at the bigger guys!
    +1...something seems to be getting lost in translation of "personal watercraft" IMHO

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    Quote Originally Posted by JetskiMN View Post
    Let's call them what they really are "Miniture Boats"!...lets get back to Personal "one man" watercraft. ...always like to poke fun at the bigger guys!
    Also gone in the performance sit down arena is the 2 stroke.
    That left us with the GPR this year, hope you all bought one.

    For me, I have what I consider the last of the performance two stroke PWC's-the Matrix. For those longer, rough water, poor fuel marinas I think the Yami FZR is just perfect and Liz finally gets her "just push the button to start it" watercraft.
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    I'm feeling naturally aspirated today pirate33's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by ph2ocraft View Post
    Msx 126.
    Fzr 131.9
    Sho 132.7
    Now thats total length from bow to stern-right?. I'm sure the SHO is just longer due to a riding step over the FZR. If you bring it down to keel (Hull) in water you'll really see a difference I bet between the MSX and FZ's, and then the weight difference

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