Get The New ’13 Sea-Doo RXP-X 320 WMF Watercraft Edition

Say, how would you like a Sea-Doo RXP-X producing not the advertised 260 horsepower, but a true 320 ponies? And how would you like it brand new, never-before beaten on or raced? And how would you like it in show-level condition and loaded to the gills with RIVA Racing gear? Oh, and just for good measure, a brand new Load Rite trailer to haul it from the showroom to the lake?

What do you think all of that would be worth? $20,000 or $25,000? Maybe even $30,000? Try again, buddy. Today is your lucky day, because WMF Watercraft is giving this amazing machine away for a paltry 16,999!

Right now, this insane project is sitting pretty in the dealer’s showroom looking for a new home. Originally a GEICO show ski that followed the boat show circuit, the RXP-X is powered by a 320-horsepower 1,499cc Rotax 4-stroke motor with ZERO hours of use. Packed with lots of upgrades, including a RIVA Pro Series Steering system, billet iControl levers, RIVA Cold Air Intake kit, RIVA intake grate, RIVA Pro Series sponsons, RIVA Billet Trim Tabs, RIVA rear mat, Solas Impeller, RIVA Free Flow Exhaust, RIVA Intake Manifold Upgrade Kit, RIVA So-Con GPS overide, an ECU reflash, and finished with custom paint and graphics.

Of course, if the colors and options are not up to your liking, WMF Watercraft will happily custom build you one to your specifications. We’ve shown how talented the technicians at the Millsboro, Delaware dealer are before, but we’ve got to say that this machine – which we have seen personally – is really impressive.

And we’re also very happy to note that since well before and carrying through Memorial Day, WMF Watercraft has been off-loading dozens of pre-owned and refurbished personal watercraft unlike any other used PWC dealer around. These guys move some serious product and it’s very likely that this race-ready show-stopper RXP-X will not last long so you better act quickly.

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Kevin Shaw

Kevin Shaw

Editor-in-Chief – Kevin Shaw is a decade-long powersports and automotive journalist whose love for things that go too fast has led him to launching The Watercraft Journal. Almost always found with stained hands and dirt under his fingernails, Kevin has an eye for the technical while keeping a eye out for beautiful photography and a great story.

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