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    Hey guys, what do you guys suggest getting if I want just raw speed/power, something that I would be scared of taking it to its limits?


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    Quote Originally Posted by ferrari355spider View Post
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    A yamaha GPR hull with a turbocharged 4tec seadoo engine in it. Jerry has 1 that runs 95 or better. It's probably a death sentence to fall off at that speed (or a wheelchair).

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    Quote Originally Posted by ferrari355spider View Post
    Hey guys, what do you guys suggest getting if I want just raw speed/power, something that I would be scared of taking it to its limits?
    Will this be your 1st ski?? This makes alot of diference as what 1 person will consider to be the limit is very different from some1 elses idea. R88

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    keeping it stock stock??
    mildly modified??
    heavily modifed??

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    Yes this will be my first ski that I owned. I have used them when I am in Cancun, etc etc but I am guessing those are crap compared to these X series etc. Suggestions ?

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    If you're buying new then go with the seadoo RXP-X or RXT-X series depending on your needs (2 or 3 seater). Or if you like the yamaha's which are an excellent ski then I would suggest either the SHO series or the FXR/FXS series. Test ride them all if at all possible.

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    I would say then go with the RXP X Its one of the fastest crafts out there has awsome accel and will reach near enough 70mph flat out. That will be enough to keep you entertained. Then If you want later you could move onto something else. R88

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    Ya I def want to stick with seadoo and leaning towards the RXP-X but now I hear there are faster skis then that Oh, the video where it crushes the ferrari, do you guys think that is stock?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ferrari355spider View Post
    Ya I def want to stick with seadoo and leaning towards the RXP-X but now I hear there are faster skis then that Oh, the video where it crushes the ferrari, do you guys think that is stock?
    Very stock. It's only a 0-50 race but yeah, the "X" ski's have monster acceleration. It's their hallmark.

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