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    2004 GTX

    Did seadoo have a 215hp model for the GTX in 2004. I am asking because i was shopping around for ski's and i saw a GTX being advertised with 215hp, I'm only familiar with the 185 model in that year, so can someone tell me if this is a scam or it's real. please n thanx


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    GTX LIMITED are the 215 hp models!

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    ok thanx alot man, do you know any websites where i can view info about it?

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    just go to seadoo's website.
    you can look at archives and look up specs, etc

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    There were no 215hp 3-seaters in 2004, only the RXP...In 2005 it was the RXT and GTX Limited that came with the 215hp...

    http://sea-doo.net/units/2004/index.asp

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny View Post
    There were no 215hp 3-seaters in 2004, only the RXP...In 2005 it was the RXT and GTX Limited that came with the 215hp...

    http://sea-doo.net/units/2004/index.asp

    Or it could have a RXP MOTO SWAP!!!!!!!!!!! As i have done this cause the GTX ride better in the Chop.. it's a nice sleeper
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny View Post
    There were no 215hp 3-seaters in 2004, only the RXP...In 2005 it was the RXT and GTX Limited that came with the 215hp...

    http://sea-doo.net/units/2004/index.asp

    What Danny said is 100% correct Avion, go to seadoo.com and select "previous years or models" (Cant remember which) for specs. 2004 GTX SC and GTX Ltd. had a 185hp.

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    Avion the bike that you are asking questions about has a 215hp motor in it, I
    did the swap myself the motor came out of my RXP.

    So anymore questions on this bike just PM me.

    Vance

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    Quote Originally Posted by Good2Go16 View Post
    Avion the bike that you are asking questions about has a 215hp motor in it, I
    did the swap myself the motor came out of my RXP.

    So anymore questions on this bike just PM me.

    Vance
    Thats why thanks for the info

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    foggy is all over it!
    gtx ltd is the 215

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