PWC thread, Personal watercraft owners

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PWC thread, Personal watercraft owners

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I figured I would start a thread about PWCs, Seadoos, Yamahas, Kawasakis,

Once we buy a house, one of my first purchases will be a Seadoo RXT300 to take out on the lake. Add a gas can to it and we can tour bigger lakes and camp off the side. That's the plan anyways.

Any owners in here?
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Not yet but will sell the boat in a couple of years and go with a couple of PWC's for wife and I.

I like the waverunner vx110, circa 2006...
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I've had a couple and had my fun on them. Did one partial season in the IJSBA circuit using a really well built up Seadoo SPX ('97) and that thing would rip your arms off out of the hole. Once all the manufacturers started going the floating couches I just bought a boat and sold the PWC's.
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SeanR wrote: Thu Oct 15, 2020 3:05 pm I've had a couple and had my fun on them. Did one partial season in the IJSBA circuit using a really well built up Seadoo SPX ('97) and that thing would rip your arms off out of the hole. Once all the manufacturers started going the floating couches I just bought a boat and sold the PWC's.
new Seadoo Spark trixx is pretty cool and not much like a couch.

I think I'd like the RXT300 and a Spark and have fun on both, the RXT is more like a couch that will do 0-60 faster than some supercars so that is always a plus. Something that is stable for getting on and off is nice as well.
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I've checked out the Spark, at least you can get a new one for under 6k.
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