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#1 Fuse

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Posted 25 February 2005 - 12:28 PM

Hey, I was just wondering if anyone rode jetskis freestlye.
Im getting into the sport this year, going to buy a Yamaha Superjet. Already been talking to a few people who ride in my area. I can't wait for spring break. ;)
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#2 fastkill

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Posted 25 February 2005 - 06:54 PM

Why dont you just ride a regular waverunner like the GP1300R. O and its called a Yamaha WAVERUNNER its not called a jetski because kawasaki got the name first. Also have you seen the guys on the like GP1300R's on like espn doin flips and stuff?
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#3 wtrent10

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Posted 26 February 2005 - 12:24 AM

yeah, we've got a waverunner, it's got a custom paint job :cry: ^_^ ;)

here's some pics of me on it, because I ROCK!!!

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#4 Fuse

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Posted 26 February 2005 - 05:44 PM

Generally they are called "jetskis", or just "skis". The waverunner brand name is a specific model, where as jetski is used widely, like Tissue or Xerox. Talk to anyone who's into the sport, it's called a ski.


I don't want a Waverunner because I want to ride freestyle. Waverunners aren't bad boats, but no sitdown can compare to a standup in freestyle. Sitdowns aren't nearly as fun and require a lot less skill to ride.
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