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Just got our new spark yesterday. I have worked for Seadoo for the last 3 years. Also CO-Owner of the ProHydro-X Tour, and Team Kaotik Racing. I purchased the spark for my son to race in the JR Spark class this year.

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oh right on, welcome to the show! keep us posted on that team of yours, would be interesting to hear more...
 

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Did you get yourself a nice deal since you work for Seadoo? Got any insider info that us normies don't know about?

It must be a great time racing these during the summer. Where exactly do you go racing?

And welcome to the forum!
 

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Did you get yourself a nice deal since you work for Seadoo? Got any insider info that us normies don't know about?

It must be a great time racing these during the summer. Where exactly do you go racing?

And welcome to the forum!
Good question. I know when it comes to cars, people who work for GM gets good discounts. I wonder if brands like Sea-Doo do that
 

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Yes I got a good deal for sure. The best advice I can give is to buy a Base 60hp Spark. Then have it tuned. ITs way cheaper to do in the long run. I can tune my spark from 60hp up to 114hp. Plus I can buy the things I want for it and leave off the crap I don't. I do not need a boarding step, def did not want a 3 seater.. Im mean can you really picture putting 3 people on a spark. Its bad enough to do with a full size jetski. I ended up getting the storage bucket, and the flush kit. I will post up on another thread on my thoughts on the flush kit.
 
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