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    Trim

    Personally I wouldn't purchase a ski without trim. Had it on my XL 1200 and loved it and just purchased a 2007 FX-HO to be picked up in the spring. Everyone I've talked to loves it!!


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    Gone will be the days of installing a different pump/wedge/impeller for varying water conditions you find on day long trips. The trim will enable enough adjustability to compensate for most varying water conditions and payload during those nice long trips.

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    Trim is great to have and makes a difference, the good aspect of the Yamaha trim is that you can set it VERY quickly, the bad part about is that it is VERY hard to change while @ WOT and you have to let off quickly to make a change. From what I've HEARD the new RXP-X / RXT-X trim should be the best yet. Electronic with a programmable toggle to switch between two different positions quickly. Otherwise it's a toss up between all the different systems... they all have their positives and negatives.

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    Whats that whistling noise? jtskier11's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian_GP1200R View Post
    From what I've HEARD the new RXP-X / RXT-X trim should be the best yet. Electronic with a programmable toggle to switch between two different positions quickly.
    How quickly does this one fill with water??

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    Quote Originally Posted by jtskier11 View Post
    How quickly does this one fill with water??

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