View Poll Results: whats most important in buying a new pwc

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  • fuel consumption

    9 4.37%
  • price

    10 4.85%
  • luxury

    1 0.49%
  • top speed

    73 35.44%
  • ride/handling

    32 15.53%
  • reliablity

    57 27.67%
  • seating capacity

    5 2.43%
  • manufacture/ who makes it

    19 9.22%
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  1. #1

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    whats most imporant to you when buying a new pwc?

    this only pertains to buying brand new pwc. even if you dont plan on buying one any time soon you can still add your input.

    if what was important a year ago changed please post that.


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    Hmmm, let me think...


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    There was not a top speed potential so i just voted for top speed.

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    Reliability........

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    def reliability...

    then fuel, able to use 87 octane...

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    SPEED,

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    I think an combination of pull-your-arm-out-of-the-socket speed, great handeling to harnas that speed and it has to be reliable to ride year round without breaking down and giving you stress. After all thats why we buy them to release the stress after a week of work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aruba yamaha View Post
    I think an combination of pull-your-arm-out-of-the-socket speed, great handeling to harnas that speed and it has to be reliable to ride year round without breaking down and giving you stress. After all thats why we buy them to release the stress after a week of work.



    ok that was number 2

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    hmm that was hard,

    i have found that the way in which you build a ski has everything to do with top speed and reliability.

    so it is defiantly who makes the ski and not so much brand loyalty

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    i know for my self its fuel efficiency and price. doesn't matter how well the ski handles or how fast it is if it sits on the trailer becuase i cant afford to put fuel in it.


    keep it coming guys. im actually gona use this for something.

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