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    Question Mystery Skiis - Can you identify them?

    Hello fellow Sea Doo Enthusiasts. I have been asked by a friend to sell his two Sea Doo's. I have no information whatsoever on them. They were last run in 1997. They appear to be in very nice condition. I haven't tried to start them but they did run well according to the owner 10+ years ago. Can anybody give me a description of the two skiis and where I can get technical descriptions on them with specifications. I would also like to know what value they have including the trailer. If anybody is interested in them, simply submit a fair offer. I find I can't post images at this time. I can forward images if you respond with contact information. They are located near San Diego, California. Thank you! Dave


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    Send me a picture and I will tell you what they are.

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    look at the titles...
    or the side, or under the seat, or the motor, etc,etc etc

    does it say yamaha, seadoo, tigercrap,

    kinda like shooting a arrow in the air blindfolded and asking if it hit the target

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    Thanks for your advice so far. Here are a few photos of the Sea Doos. I will look for paperwork (none provided). Dave
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    You have there a 93 and 95 XP. Green is a 93 and yellow is a 95.

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    MPower is spot on, 93 and 95 XP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by agibbs View Post
    MPower is spot on, 93 and 95 XP.
    Are you sure its not a 94 XP?(the yellow one is definatly a 95)

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarthAWM View Post
    Are you sure its not a 94 XP?(the yellow one is definatly a 95)

    Yep the 94 XP had red graphics on the top deck, while the 93 had green as shown in the picture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MPower View Post
    Yep the 94 XP had red graphics on the top deck, while the 93 had green as shown in the picture.
    Okay then both were 650s if I remember right so it doesn't matter much which it is.

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