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Old 10-21-2019, 06:14 AM   #8
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Originally Posted by thinkxingu View Post
My sense of things is that Sea-Doo innovates while Yamaha perfects. Most Sea-Doo people I've heard from have comments on reliability.

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I've had no issues with my Sea Doo's and I have nothing against Yamaha. You should really ride both and see which one you prefer.
I do like the new brake/reverse system on the Sea Doo though. I'm not sure how Yamaha handles it.
As a first time owner though I would stay away from any model with a supercharger. Those tend to have more maintenance and problems.
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