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    seadoo spark

    Yesterday I was at Sunsports and saw the seadoo spark, looks nice also saw a vidio of it along with the Yamaha bash video, has anyone rode one and I am just looking for opinions as I may buy one for the wife as I ride the yamaha coutch Thanks Keith by the way we just use it in the river but could you use it at the beach also

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    Re: seadoo spark

    http://www.seadoospark.org/forum/
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=250

    I have 2 3-ups. Love them. I ride in the lakes, others ride in the ocean. There are a lot of happy spark owners out there. The 2 links above are spark specific forums/sub-forums. Read the stuff there...

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    Re: seadoo spark

    I might suggest calling/visiting Lake Placid Marine before purchasing from Sunsports...
    I'm in Ft Myers as well, and I won't buy anything from SSports except maybe Oil in a pinch, they are a bunch of asshats.
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    Re: seadoo spark

    I'm a standup rider, but I purchased a spark for my parents last spring and was actually surprised how fun they can be. I would buy another spark if I was looking for a sitdown

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    Re: seadoo spark

    Quote Originally Posted by XJCrawler View Post
    I'm a standup rider, but I purchased a spark for my parents last spring and was actually surprised how fun they can be. I would buy another spark if I was looking for a sitdown
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    Re: seadoo spark

    I've heard nothing but great things about the Spark. The fun factor is good as well as the reliability.
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    Re: seadoo spark

    Anybody had them in the ocean yet? How do the elec look to be holding up? I'm really tempted to get one.

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    Re: seadoo spark

    There are a couple guys who ride them hard in the ocean. I'm not one of them, but I have 2 sparks that I love.

    THis guy rides hard, often and in the ocean, and claims his spark is holding up well:

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    Re: seadoo spark

    Nice video I wonder how the ocean riders wash them after riding? I saw some threads where people were saying there wasn't much access to the engine compartment without taking the whole top off. Just curious about after ride care, I have a 96 XP and a stand-up that I ride mainly in the surf. I'm quite anal about flushing and fogging so my stuff lasts. I did own a RXP but did not like it in the surf so the idea of having a light weight 4stroke is appealing to me. So how goes the clean-up?

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    Re: seadoo spark

    If you're serious about a spark, there is:

    http://www.seadoospark.org/forum/
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=250

    The ocean riders there will be happy to help. There are a lot of them, and people seem to be generally happy. I only ride in fresh water, so I can't help.

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