Sea-Doo Spark Trixx
Looking for a personal watercraft that's both affordable and fun to ride? Check out Sea-Doo's Spark, a budget-priced model that already has the playful feel and handling of old-school PWCs. But if you're looking to take your fun to the next level, consider the new-for- Spark Trixx.
Designed with freestyle enthusiasts in mind, the Spark Trixx comes with a collection of add-ons that enhance the craft's maneuverability and performance. One of the key upgrades is a retooled version of Sea-Doo's electronic Variable Trim System (VTS). With increased upward and downward range, the Trixx can achieve angles as high as 17 degrees upward and negative-6 degrees downward, providing even more control and precision.
The Trixx also features chocks at the rear of the footwells, angled at 60 degrees, which help you maintain control when the running angle gets vertical. And with a new handlebars column that includes an adjustable aluminum riser, you can raise the handlebars as much as 6 inches beyond the norm to give yourself additional leverage.
If you're looking for a personal watercraft that's both affordable and fun to ride, the Sea-Doo Spark Trixx is definitely worth considering. With its freestyle-enhancing add-ons and improved handling, this PWC is sure to provide hours of entertainment on the water. And with its sleek design and durable construction, it's built to last for years to come.
Sea Doo Spark TrixX
Sea-Doo’s Intelligent Brake and Reverse (iBR) uses a modified, electronically controlled reverse bucket to offer both braking power at speed and gearlike forward, neutral and reverse handling around the dock or ramp.
Sea Doo Spark Trixx
Sea-Doo's press introduction of the craft proved that even relatively novice riders were able to perform basic wheelies with ease on the Spark Trixx. Meanwhile, more experienced PWC riders were able to take things up a notch, quickly turning the craft's bow-to-the-sky posture into impressive spinning tail stands or upward hops. While trimming the nozzle down below the norm was promised to make it easier to stab the bow into the water after a jump, or even submerge the nose, we found these maneuvers a little more challenging to execute.
However, it's clear that the Trixx is built to send it skyward, but that doesn't mean the fun is limited to vertical tricks. In fact, we discovered that trimming the nozzle upward made the craft easier than ever to execute power slides and even 180-degree spins on the water's surface, providing a whole new level of excitement for riders.
Sea-Doo Spark Trixx
Don't be fooled by the Trixx's size and playful demeanor; this personal watercraft packs a punch. Built with a reinforced polypropylene hull and deck and powered by a 90 hp Rotax 900 HO ACE engine, the Trixx offers excellent power-to-weight ratio and can reach speeds of up to 48 mph with impressively zippy throttle response.
While 48 mph may not sound like much, it's important to keep in mind that the Trixx is designed for maximum fun and maneuverability, not just top speed. And with its combination of sturdy construction and powerful engine, this PWC is able to achieve impressive speeds while still maintaining its playful spirit. So whether you're looking to cruise along the water or perform daring tricks, the Trixx is more than up to the challenge. For more info go to Sea-Doo.com
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