WMF Watercraft Readies To Move A Pair of Fully-Built RXP-Xs

Wait, what? You might’ve seen these two stellar Sea-Doo RXP-Xs before. Built to order by WMF Watercraft for Amanda and Ryan Peters, these two machines were meticulously taken down, modified using some of the best parts and components made available by the personal watercraft industry, and reassembled, tuned and shown nationally in several boat shows before going back to the owners.

But as the new year dons, so do new interests and the Peters are interested in finding a new home for their favorite Sea-Doos. That is why WMF Watercraft is listing these fine skis for an insane bargain price of $26,999 for both skis, the trailer, and a pair of covers.

Just so you know, these two skis are perfect examples of WMF’s custom capabilities. Ryan’s dayglow yellow-and-black 400-horse Pro Open RXP-X features nearly everything RIVA Racing has for pushing a T3-hulled Sea-Doo deep into the 80’s, including RIVA’s billet steering system, trim tabs, intake grate, cold air kit, through-hull exhaust kit, intercooler, supercharger kit, valvetrain retainer kit, intake manifold element removal kit, and a race-tuned ECU.

Amanda’s RXP-X had all of the factory dayglow yellow panels on the RXP-X replaced with a Hot Pink Pearl. Modifications to hers aren’t as extensive as her husband’s, but equally impressive. Most of the tricks made to Amanda’s ski were to merely “unlock” the Rotax 4-tec engine, including the aforementioned intake manifold kit, quick flow exhaust kit, and air breather, along with a slightly retouched ECU.

For the potential buyer who loves serious horsepower and on-the-water performance, WMF’s pair of tuned Sea-Doos are an insane steal at $26,999. That’s at-new prices and excluding the thousands upon thousands of dollars of aftermarket parts and labor in building and test and tuning. Seriously guys, get on this deal.

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Kevin Shaw

Editor-in-Chief – kevin.shaw@shawgroupmedia.com 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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