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I have yellow 3 up Spark, I am looking to add some graphics to it but not looking to spent too much. What are some good quality graphics you have had good experience with?
 

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There are always the Spark graphics that Seadoo sells. They fit nice and look good too, but I will admit that they are a bit pricey.
 

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OK, this is a little different, but consider making your own. I got an inexpensive vinyl cutter (Silhouette SD) a few years ago to reproduce the graphics on my 82 Wetbike. Since then I have used it on a coupe of scooters and other things. expressionsvinyl.com offers decent prices on low-volume vinyl well suited to the home market.

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Looks like it does a pretty good job. Something to think about for sure. i'd check more into it to figure out what the possibilities are.
 

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OK, this is a little different, but consider making your own. I got an inexpensive vinyl cutter (Silhouette SD) a few years ago to reproduce the graphics on my 82 Wetbike. Since then I have used it on a coupe of scooters and other things. expressionsvinyl.com offers decent prices on low-volume vinyl well suited to the home market.

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Now that's awesome, how much did the vinyl cutter cost you?
 

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I bought it lightly used - the owner wanted something bigger - for $100, but they now retail new for $225.
 

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Has anyone on the site ended up getting the graphics that Sea Doo themselves produce? I think hat Sea Doo might be overcharging for them since I never see them around.
 

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Has anyone on the site ended up getting the graphics that Sea Doo themselves produce? I think hat Sea Doo might be overcharging for them since I never see them around.
Sea-doo doesn't produce or sell them, they are designed and sold by SCS unlimited. You deal directly with SCS on them so dealers have no chance of making any money on them except for installing them, I had a conversation with my dealer about them and they said SCS is doing them for Ski-doo's too, if someone installs a bunch of them you can get good at doing it but if you mess one decal up you are buying another whole kit because they don't sell individual pieces, that was the deciding factor for me not to do it, I like the looks of the kits but rub up on the underside of a dock once (which I have done more than couple of times) and your kit is pretty much trashed!
 
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