New Range of Carbon Fiber RXP-X Parts By Sydney Sea-Doo Performance

Sydney Sea-Doo Performance is proud to offer the brand new range of carbon fiber products designed in-house by Sydney Sea-Doo Performance. This beautiful lightweight product line is manufactured by one of Australia’s premiere carbon composite engineers who has 20 years experience working with some of the finest factory supercar and superbike teams, according to a piece published by

“When starting out this project, our goal was to manufacture carbon fibre products of the highest level,” says Sydney Sea-Doo owner James Masterton “this meant not only did they need to be lightweight but also structural. We wanted to produce the same quality as being used by factory race teams on two and four wheels and price was no option.”

It took more than four years of research, development, and testing on and off track before these pieces were available for use in building the 2017 Sea Doo RXP-X models, which are featured in the latest Sea-Doo catalog. Among the products listed are the “WF” hull series, which showcases the highest quality components and best Japanese woven fabrics available. Sea-Doo really upped the ante with its all new hand built carbon fiber line. The Sea Doo RXP line weighs in at close to 662 pounds fully loaded! According to Sea-Doo, this PWC is the ultimate racing craft.

Sydney Sea-Doo Performance showed off the entire new product line during UIM Aquabike World Championship Tour in Porto Cesareo, Italy and will continue to do so during the rest of the Aquabike tour. The Sea-Doo RXP-X is a fine looking machine with its beautiful sleek lines and precision craftsmanship; it’s obvious that a lot of forethought and care went into building it. Check out Sydney Sea-Doo’s Performance 2017 catalog in PDF format HERE.

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