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Well, I'm selling one of my motorcycles to fund a new Sea Doo Spark. The local dealer in the area hasn't received their inventory yet so I haven't officially purchased one yet. I definitely plan to go with a 3up version for tubing capabilities; well, from what I understand to be the legal way to do it. I'll definitely get a trailer, cover (may not always be in the garage), and maybe the manual reverse kit too but not 100% on what the "must have" accessories are yet.

I look forward to exploring the forum and learning from you experienced riders and Spark owners!
 

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Welcome to the forum! Glad to have you here. There are some threads on tubing with the Spark if you use the search bar that may be of interest to you.

Look forward to more discussions in the future.

Cheers.
 

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That is a serious move you're making their, I know a number of motorcyclists and they wouldn't give up their bike for anything.

What motorcycle do you own?
 

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That is a serious move you're making their, I know a number of motorcyclists and they wouldn't give up their bike for anything.

What motorcycle do you own?
Yeah, it is hard to let go of the bike but it's been kind of an addiction so time to let one or two go. I had thought about buying a new bike but really like the idea of having a jetski. My family does a lot of kayaking and always see people out on their jetski's and then jealousy starts to kick in. lol
As far as my bikes, I have:

- 2011 Harley SuperLow 883 (just sold - I'm going to miss her :crying:)
- 2013 Honda CRF250L dual sport (thought about selling but not sure. mainly use my ATV for offroading)
- 2013 Honda CBR250R (never, ever going to sell!!)
- 2015 Harley Street 750 (my newest bike)

My wife would really like for me to buy a boat but just something I'm not really interested in at this point. I really like the portability, ease to storing & hauling, etc. of a jetski vs. having a large boat. I'm excited about it!
 

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Yeah, it is hard to let go of the bike but it's been kind of an addiction so time to let one or two go. I had thought about buying a new bike but really like the idea of having a jetski. My family does a lot of kayaking and always see people out on their jetski's and then jealousy starts to kick in. lol
As far as my bikes, I have:

- 2011 Harley SuperLow 883 (just sold - I'm going to miss her :crying:)
- 2013 Honda CRF250L dual sport (thought about selling but not sure. mainly use my ATV for offroading)
- 2013 Honda CBR250R (never, ever going to sell!!)
- 2015 Harley Street 750 (my newest bike)

My wife would really like for me to buy a boat but just something I'm not really interested in at this point. I really like the portability, ease to storing & hauling, etc. of a jetski vs. having a large boat. I'm excited about it!
Good to find someone who supports your toys! Good luck when the time comes and you pick up a spark, look forward to hearing about it.

Does your wife get a say in the color?
 

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Yeah, she can pick the color as long as it's white or yellow. lol Seriously though, she does want yellow especially since it will match the yellow Jeep Wrangler she's getting this Summer.
On a side note though, I've been researching the out the door cost of one of these Sparks and getting a bit concerned about being affordable. The starting price of $4,999 seems to the tip of the iceberg. I'm thinking about finding a way to get a good deal on one. Maybe traveling out of state, buying used, or waiting until the end of the season. I do know the 3up option, along with a trailer, certainly adds cost but seems to be lots of fees and some needed accessories that gets it closer to $9,000-ish. Yikes!
 
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