The GTX did incorporate a dual carb design and included a fuel gauge in addition to some other enhanced features. It is the same as the GSX Limited, but with the RFI 800 engine and different colors. The kart, stand-up fixed handle pole and knee modes required purchasing these accessories. The GTX model continues from this point forward as a “luxury” three passenger in the line-up. The HX is no longer available. The GTI 130 Pro will run you $11,599 with iBR or $10,399 without. The SPX has the same features as the 1995 XP with the 720 engine and the HX remains unchanged other than cosmetics.
Some people may be confused by the way Sea Doo refers to their engines. The acceleration of the –X models make it a challenge to hold on during a hard take off. As for Seadoo’s manufacturing plan, in 2015 50% of all non-spark models will be produced in their Mexico facility on the same line as the Sparks.
the deletion of the GTS Rental edition and the addition of new optional trim on both the Spark 2up and 3ups and the conversion of the DESS
The 3D is introduced in 2005. That doesn�t correspond to CCs although close.
The SPX continued to be the prior year’s XP until 1998. It is the same as the GTI SE 155 but with less horsepower aimed primarily at the rental market as was the GTI 130.
The SeaDoo SP 587 had a maximum speed of 40 mph or 35 knots. Of note is the replacement part cost with the iControl system. Part Numbers List In addition to the SPI and SPX models introduced in 1993, the GTX was also added to the product offering. This 1997 XP was a drastic change in design and riding characteristics. This jet ski also had a Mikuni BN-38-24 carburetor, an in-water idle speed of 1,200 rpm and an out-of-water idle speed of 1500 rpm. In addition to the more horsepower compared to the 2007, WAKE the WAKE 215 also has trim. BRP calls this new control system iControl. The SPX continued to be the prior year’s XP until 1998.
Other than the iS models there is little change in 2009 other than the WAKE 155, which is now a composite hull similar to the GTI line. Fundamentally, there have been no changes to the Sea-Doo product line in 2015. In 2002, SeaDoo introduces its first 4-stroke engine branded 4-TEC. Below you�ll find corresponding CCs for the model if you were wondering what you have or what I�m talking about. The GTS, SP, and SPI are basically the same as in 1994. Most models were offered in two colors, probably as a way to compensate for the lack of new models. 029/358 VTS Module Test It weighs in at 869 pounds, compared to the RXP weight of 790 pounds. and features it was rare to identify any difference between 2014 and 2015 models, other than colors. Return to top
you�ll save money in Under the cover, SeaDoo redesigns the supercharger to eliminate the ceramic clutch washers in favor of metal clutch washer. at 5,500 rpm and a limiter operation at 6,500 rpm. Continuing with the trend in 1993, the SPX is the same as the prior year XP. The 1989 SeaDoo SP featured a two-stroke, two-cylinder 587 engine with rotary-valve induction and a water-cooled exhaust system. Depending on riding style, every 75-135 hours the washers should be inspected. the GTS 130 with a $400 MSRP price drop and the Spark basic 2up that remained at 2014 levels of $4999. The RXT has only minor changes in 2008 with the exception of the RXT-X. The RXP has a new naturally aspirated 155hp version, the traditional 215hp version and the new RXP-X version. In addition to the SPI and SPX models introduced in 1993, the GTX was also added to the product offering. The RXT-X aS 260, with the exception of the T3 hull and Ergolock system, has the same features as the RXP-X. The yellow 587 engine is replaced with an upgraded white 587 design by Rotax. Prior to this, the XP hull designs were considered a “lean-out” design. I’m sure there will be more accessories to come. The iControl improvements do not come free. The RXT is introduced as a three passenger version of the RXP with the same 215hp power plant. (2014-2021 SPARK)
The GTX 4-TEC tops the scales at 785 pounds and 155hp. The GS, GTS, GTI, GTX, GTX RFI, GSX RFI and XP are unchanged other than the word Limited is dropped from the models with 947 engines and the word Millennium is used on several models. In rough water the RXP might be a little faster than the RSP depending on conditions and passengers. A GTI SE 130 is added to the GTI family. New for 2000 is a RX model which was available in two versions, a carbureted 947 and DI 947. The SP introduced in 1989 remains the same in 1990. The extra 79 pounds is attributed to the larger hull design. It even included lockers for storage. Sea-Doo brought all kinds of changes for the 2018 models like a hull design, various engine improvements, launch control for the go-fast models, even an integrated audio system. In 2000, a new DI (Direct Injection) 947 engine is introduced.
The yellow 587 engine is replaced with an upgraded white 587 design by Rotax. The GT model also included reverse, a first for SeaDoo. As for pricing, we see a modest increase compared to 2014. The 4-TEC engine ultimately becomes the only engine platform in the future as the 2-strokes become phase out over the next 5 years. There is a new hull and top cap this year for some of the three passenger models.
That doesn’t correspond to CCs although close. The 587 engine is dropped. Unfortunately, the badge change to Limited does not result in incremental features other than preset trim positions. The hull now used in the GTI series is a composite material as opposed to fiberglass. The RXT & GTX Limited S 260 both get the new dynamically balanced “maintenance free” supercharger which they claim only needs to be inspected every 200 hours in severe conditions. But the big news for 2012 is the all new RXP-X with the new T3 Hull, 260 HP and the Ergolock system that allows the passengers to lock in to the seat position for much more aggressive riding. This means to replace the gauge requires a trip to the dealer to marry the two. The 587 engine is dropped. Both the GTI and GTI RFI are base model three passengers with no mirrors and minimal analog gauges.
Much has been written about the Spark and simply writing more of the same would be of little benefit.
The new DESS security system was available on the GTX, XP and a new model, the GSX. The X4 hull design was one of the best designed hulls of that time. In late 1997, a new 951cc RAVE valve engine, rated 135hp, was introduced in the GSX Limited. The lager hull stays hooked up much better than the RXP. Read more about Superchargers here. SeaDoo is a manufacturer of various recreational products including watercraft and boats. There is a new hull and top cap this year for some of the three passenger models. It also included the new electrical control system and LCD information gauge. Return to top
0 to 50 in 2.9 seconds. 2000 Sea-Doo Models
The value priced, go-fast GTR 215 will certainly suffer from the extra weight on top end and acceleration. The SPX gains a few pounds back that it lost in 1998. While normally extended warranties are questionable, on the iS models it may make a lot of sense. The GTX price increase and GTS 130 price decrease could be important clues in understanding how SeaDoo is managing the Spark launch. Return to top
The RXP-X and RXT-X both receive new style X-racing handlebars, seat and traction mats. In 1995, SeaDoo introduced two new engines. In 2012, iControl is now a standard feature on every SeaDoo. The XP also received some cosmetic updates with a more modern rounded styling as well as electric trim.
1995 Speedster MPEM Conversion The GTI SE included a speedometer, mirrors and a boarding ladder. The RXT-X and WAKE models now come with trim.
equipped 1995 up Sea Doo? The GTX 215 is the same as the GTX 155 but with additional horsepower. The GS is the base model of the three and does not include trim and only includes a fuel gauge. With the addition of the new models, they have discontinued the RXT-X aS 260, and the GTX Limited iS 260 is now called the GTX Limited S 260. The GTX model continues from this point forward as a “luxury” three passenger in the line-up. The extra 79 pounds is attributed to the larger hull design.