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    Picked up a New 2009 RXT iS last Saturday

    I bought a new ski last week and I only had time for a quick run on Sunday. I'm an old fart (5 and used to have 2 JS440's in the '80's. We went from boats ('70's) to skis ('80's) to boats ('90's) to skis, so who says you can't go home anymore.
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    I plan to spend this weekend on the water, and I will give you my thoughts.
    If you have questions, let me know and I will try to answer them.


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    Quote Originally Posted by LuauLounge View Post
    I bought a new ski last week and I only had time for a quick run on Sunday. I'm an old fart (5 and used to have 2 JS440's in the '80's. We went from boats ('70's) to skis ('80's) to boats ('90's) to skis, so who says you can't go home anymore.
    My first impression:
    FAST

    I plan to spend this weekend on the water, and I will give you my thoughts.
    If you have questions, let me know and I will try to answer them.
    Welcome to the forum!!! Where are you from? We are all very intrested in making that boat fast!!

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    I'm in Northern California, live in Sacramento, hang out in the Delta

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    Nice. Just let us in on your thoughts about how it handles in the chop. Pics or vids would be nice. Comparsions to other jetskis you have ridden....like the ultra and anything else you want to include!

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    I'll be out on the Delta on Saturday. I'm riding an RXT-X. We launch from Paradise Point and are planning on heading north and back around thru Franks Tract, then playing in the main channel for awhile. Maybe we'll see you out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yz426er View Post
    I'll be out on the Delta on Saturday. I'm riding an RXT-X. We launch from Paradise Point and are planning on heading north and back around thru Franks Tract, then playing in the main channel for awhile. Maybe we'll see you out there.
    How rough does it normally get up in the Delta?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LuauLounge View Post
    I bought a new ski last week and I only had time for a quick run on Sunday. I'm an old fart (5 and used to have 2 JS440's in the '80's. We went from boats ('70's) to skis ('80's) to boats ('90's) to skis, so who says you can't go home anymore.
    My first impression:
    FAST

    I plan to spend this weekend on the water, and I will give you my thoughts.
    If you have questions, let me know and I will try to answer them.

    Congrats on the new ski and welcome to greenhulk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LuauLounge View Post
    I'm in Northern California, live in Sacramento, hang out in the Delta
    congrats, your not too far away from me If you need a mechanic you can trust, Steve Fribieve ( I might have misspell is last name ) He's a forum member and heck of a good mechanic and an all around mellow person. He works at Clawson Motorsport. Heck of a nice guy ! If you ride the delta The only legend that I know there is " Jim Lambert" from Diablo racing Crew, another super nice and talented individual. Down to earth kinda guy . He organized races in the delta and some rides. They are both forum members here. Jim Lambert, treated us all like family outstanding His call sign...TIOARI 1 (Take It Out And Race It 1) The Northern California crew are a good and fun crew

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    Anyone else getting a new RXT iS soon?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LuauLounge View Post
    I bought a new ski last week and I only had time for a quick run on Sunday. I'm an old fart (5 and used to have 2 JS440's in the '80's. We went from boats ('70's) to skis ('80's) to boats ('90's) to skis, so who says you can't go home anymore.
    My first impression:
    FAST

    I plan to spend this weekend on the water, and I will give you my thoughts.
    If you have questions, let me know and I will try to answer them.
    LuauLounge, welcome to the Hulk, lots of old farts here but that doesn't mean they can't have fun on the water. Enjoy that Cadillac!

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