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    Never Fast Enough caymanian rida's Avatar
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    Fzs or SHO for offshore

    Which ski would b the best against a Ultra in offshore riding?
    How much different do these Ski's feel compared to each other?
    Or they hard to control in ruff stuff? how well do they hook up?
    sorry for all the questions just wanted to get an idea


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    the sho bye = more power if u can handle it. I have raced several in the chop and i win bye a little , i just cant full throttle (aka) hang on- the whole way if i could i win bye alot.

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    People fail to realize that rider ability has a LOT to do with what ski is faster. So your question is a loaded gun. I havent seen any SHO's win any sanctioned races, however the Ultra has. So IMO, the ultra would be the proven craft. Just the facts.

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    To add to that point. The longest continous endurance race in america, Shawn Alladio won 3rd OVERALL on a STOCK Ultra.

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    yea just feel like were I'm at there over populated lmao its like everyone has one

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    Quote Originally Posted by caymanian rida View Post
    yea just feel like were I'm at there over populated lmao its like everyone has one
    if u comin to the yami side...I would get the FZ, cause down here if u racin it you need a good offshore bike but u also need a bike that you can throw around buoys. FZ is the best of both worlds, not sayin the SHO can't turn also but not as good as the FZ accordin to most people.

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    the FZ sure can handle, but the SHO hull seems more COMFORTABLE off shore, but is probably slower

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    FZR imo between the two... now for offshore period.... rxt iS has the potential with a few mods... we'll see what this thing can do... wait for it.... let the bashing on the sea-doo begin....

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    anyone use a Sho or Fz offshore yet?
    anyone regret buying it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by onebadsho View Post
    the sho bye = more power if u can handle it. I have raced several in the chop and i win bye a little , i just cant full throttle (aka) hang on- the whole way if i could i win bye alot.
    BS x 10000

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