More Speed? A New Look? WMF Watercraft Can Customize Your New PWC

Last year, the personal watercraft industry reported over 30,000 new units sold. Of course, the numbers varied from one OEM to the other, but of those thousands of PWC, nearly half of them were Sea-Doos. That’s pretty dang impressive and an indicator that BRP is making a product that people like and that people want. Dealers happily met public demand and boat ramps and launches across the world were quickly filled with like-minded boaters.

While this is great for our industry, we at The Watercraft Journal see one problem: there’s a lot of personal watercraft out there that look the same. That’s why we love the work going on at Millsboro, Delaware’s WMF Watercraft. Their service department isn’t just changing oil or winterizing skis each winter, but busy customizing supercharged full-tilt runabouts with the best go-fast equipment the aftermarket has to offer. And the WMF Custom Work shop is available to you.

We’ve already showcased what we think is possibly one of the coolest offerings we’ve seen: the WMF Edition Sea-Doo RXP-X 320. This performance package radically transforms a plain old 260-horsepower RXP-X into a closed course killer, a lake-shredding rocket ship, producing a real 320-horsepower thanks to a bevvy of RIVA Racing performance parts 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.

While this cherry machine can be yours for 16,999, the WMF Custom Shop can option your Sea-Doo or Yamaha FZ or FX series runabout with any number of parts, components and even finish your ride with custom paint and graphics. WMF has been the exclusive builder of all of GEICO Racing’s Sea-Doos that have been making the boat show circuit, the very same skill and execution is available to you.

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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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