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    Import Jetskis to Australia

    Does anyone know a company who is trust worthy were I can import a Yamaha Jetski from the USA??? I wish to buy with an Agent here in Australia so my money is secure.


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    For warranty and full functionality you should go to a dealer in Australia. Being located in Europe I know for a fact that there are some differences in the spec between US and Europe. One thing is the remote to the immobilizer which operates on different frequencies, this could become a problem if you loose your remote's to the imported machine since you cannot purchase a new rem in Europe that works with your US machine.

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    all my AUS brought Yami skiis have had a US in the vin# , So I dont see any dramas

    besides saving heaps of coin

    Waz

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    Quote Originally Posted by nowornever View Post
    Does anyone know a company who is trust worthy were I can import a Yamaha Jetski from the USA??? I wish to buy with an Agent here in Australia so my money is secure.


    www.fastwettoyz.com



    speak to craig... no hassles......great guy... depends on the $$ to see if its worth doing at the moment or not

    cheers brendan

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    Quote Originally Posted by qldbench View Post
    www.fastwettoyz.com



    speak to craig... no hassles......great guy... depends on the $$ to see if its worth doing at the moment or not

    cheers brendan

    cost of a 08 sho cruiser when i was looking in oz was $24900 drive away..

    i paid $19200 in end of november drive away from fast wet toyz with 2 yrs aftermarket warranty


    so was worth it to me... and yes my yamaha dealer will service it and has done the recall work for me at no charge...

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    Quote Originally Posted by hemedia View Post
    For warranty and full functionality you should go to a dealer in Australia. Being located in Europe I know for a fact that there are some differences in the spec between US and Europe. One thing is the remote to the immobilizer which operates on different frequencies, this could become a problem if you loose your remote's to the imported machine since you cannot purchase a new rem in Europe that works with your US machine.
    sounds like u are a dealer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by qldbench View Post
    www.fastwettoyz.com



    speak to craig... no hassles......great guy... depends on the $$ to see if its worth doing at the moment or not

    cheers brendan
    I wonder if he would do the same for us across the ditch

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    Quote Originally Posted by HaLLiS View Post
    I wonder if he would do the same for us across the ditch
    Don't you NZEDers have some silly rule were you can't import cheep stuff....Not sure had a NZed mate here in OZ telling me something to that effect in regards to importing cheep cars to New Zealand..extra Tax?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pooche View Post
    Don't you NZEDers have some silly rule were you can't import cheep stuff....Not sure had a NZed mate here in OZ telling me something to that effect in regards to importing cheep cars to New Zealand..extra Tax?
    Im not sure , we probably do.

    The joy of tax

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    Quote Originally Posted by gprjersey07 View Post
    sounds like u are a dealer?
    Nope, I'm not a dealer. Just a guy who knows what could happen and what differences there are to ski's for different markets. If you can live with that then do what ever you like. I for myself like to have all facts on the table when making a decision involving a lot of money. Take it for what it is. Besides to reply to another post, all Yammi's have a US HIN # (except for the Superjet), since they are manufactured in the US.

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