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Race-inspired features with one clear advantage: no finish line. The 2008 Sea-Doo RXT-X deliver the quickest acceleration ever offered on a production personal watercraft, able to travel 200 ft from a standing start in under four seconds, comparable to the most exotic sports cars.

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The 2008 Sea-Doo RXT comes with incredibly aggressive yet stable handling to slice up the water in ways that’ll certainly inspire jealousy among onlookers.

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Designed to shake off a rough day, the 2008 Sea-Doo RXP pinpoint handling lets you dig into every turn and pull off maneuvers that riders of a lesser craft couldn’t even fathom.

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And there’s nothing like getting there aboard a PWC where the performance far exceeds the price. With the 2008 Sea-Doo GTI you get all the comfort and convenience you expect from a recreational model, plus all the power, technology, and ergonomic features you expect from models priced much higher.

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Loading members of your family onto the 2008 GTI SE means you’re well on your way to an unforgettable day. Being out on the water provides endless opportunities to show your kids things they’ve never seen, and do things they’ve never done.

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As if the most fully-featured watercraft in the industry wasn’t already loaded enough, 2007 marks the arrival of another level of luxury: the 2007 Sea-Doo GTX Limited that has a sleek, sophisticated new look, ultra comfy new touring seat, and the usual amenities you’d expect from our top-of-the-line model.

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Calling the 2007 Sea-Doo 230 Challenger simply a 23-foot boat is like calling a fine roadster a car. That’s because everything about this beauty pushes the limits.

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The 215 hp supercharged, intercooled engine is back in all its arm-stretching glory for 2007. It’s still the most powerful engine in the industry, and has yet to get beat in the Musclecraft Shootout. And new for the 2007 Sea-Doo RXP is a 155 hp engine option. Either way, you’ll be digging into turns and beating your friends across the lake with no mercy. There’s simply no letting up when a PWC handles like this.


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