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From power to ergonomics and style, Sea-Doo has set the standard for performance watercraft. The Sea-Doo brand was the first to produce a performance watercraft when the 1991 Sea-Doo XP was launched, creating an entirely new segment in the watercraft industry. In 2015 BRP continues to lead the performance watercraft segment with five models, making it easier to find the right model for every type of rider to deliver the exact adrenaline pumping experience they’re looking. But, finding the right watercraft can be lead to questions. If you’re thinking performance, keep reading as we will you help find the model that deliver the experience you’re looking for.

2015 SEA-DOO RXP-X 260 – Pure Exhilaration With World Championship Credentials

Sea-Doo RXP-X 260

Sea-Doo RXP-X 260

Engineered for maximum riding potential, the Sea-Doo RXP-X 260 has claimed more world championships than any other runabout model over a 4-year span. The T3 hull (tight-turning t-hull) and ergonomics are ideal for closed course racers – be it a buoy course in Lake Havasu, the rivers of Florida, or the bayous of Louisiana – allowing the model to aggressively lean into corners and penetrate chop better than any of its two-seater rivals. The RXP-X 260 uses an unmatched advanced, dual surface hull design with a combination of soft and hard chines, dual axis adjustable rear sponsons and performance trim tabs. Riders lock into the machine with the narrow, body-molded racing seat, Adjustable Ergonomic Steering (A.E.S.) and angled footwell wedges. In the middle of a race, riders can take tighter, faster turns using more of the available power leaning further into corners.

The Sea-Doo RXP-X 260 becomes an extension of the rider with a perfect upper and lower body connection. This watercraft is designed to be sen and be noticed on the water and off with a very technical design using a detailed flowing facet design philosophy that provides a ominous appearance demanding respect. The ride itself is the closest experience to a motorcycle not he water as you will find in 2015 as the RXP-X 260 is happiest when leaned over and pushing up walls of water in tight turns. If you want to unveil the Pro rider in you every weekend the RXP-X 260 is your Sea-Doo.

2015 SEA-DOO RXT-X aS 260 – The Most Advanced Offshore Watercraft Available

2015 Sea-Doo RXT-X aS 260

2015 Sea-Doo RXT-X aS 260

Because we know that sometimes Sea-Doo riders want to challenge open water with something aggressive, we developed the RXT-X aS 260. If your riding includes treks in open water or oceans this is the Sea-Doo platform to focus on.  It delivers on speed, strength and stability with a fully adjustable suspension rider environment set on the wave-penetrating S3 hull. The RXT-X aS 260 is built with the high output, supercharged Rotax 4-TEC engine with intercooler and race-inspired features. Sea-Doo advanced iControl tech is included so that when riders hit rough waters, they have more comfort. The adjustable suspension reduces rider fatigue to help maintain maximum performance longer. And, so riders stay glued to the water in heavy conditions Sea-Doo has included adjustable trim tabs, bow stabilizers, and custom steering with A.E.S. The digital infocentre includes a boost indicator and lap timer. The RXT-X aS 260 includes so many features it’s a perfect combination of race ready watercraft to fully loaded enduro cruiser.

2015 SEA-DOO RXT-X 260 – When Getting From Point-A to Point-B First Is The Goal

2015 Sea-Doo RXT-X 260

2015 Sea-Doo RXT-X 260

The RXT-X 260 thrusts its riders from point A to point B accelerating to 50mph in less than 3 seconds. This non-suspended model integrates the S3 hull with rear sponsons and to carves corners better than any competitive 3 seat watercraft. By adjusting the VTS and the A.E.S. steering, any rider can customize their preferences for enhanced performance. The RXT-X also features the digital info center, iBR, and iTC along with ECO mode and quick-set Sport/Touring modes.

The riders who travels large lakes or long rivers and accepts the friendly wager to see who can get to the other side first is the rider who should look at the RXT-X 260. The RXT-X 260 is a perfect combination of race/touring and is equipped with race inspired features including the special X-TEAM seat design that is perfect for those high RPM runs with passengers. If you are in need of a performance machine that has the race look and feel and you wan tot do it with a passenger, the Sea-Doo RXT-X 260 should be at the top of your list.

2015 SEA-DOO RXT 260 – The Epitome of a Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing

2015 SEA-DOO RXT 260

2015 SEA-DOO RXT 260

If you are the type of rider that doesn’t necessarily feel the need to be noticed until you zoom by the competition then the Sea-Doo RXT 260 is your watercraft. For the weekend warriors, BRP has you covered with the Sea-Doo RXT 260. The high output, supercharged Rotax 4-TEC engine executes ultimate power and confidence during those longer rides. The RXT 260 features the S3 hull for improved handling and stability whether you’re riding in touring mode for linear power delivery or sport mode for more aggressive acceleration. Need more options? The RXT 260 also comes with ECO mode along with its superior iBR & iTC tech, tilt steering with an integrated digital infocenter, VTS, hinged seat for engine access, watertight removable storage bin and fuel consumption displays. All perfect combinations for longer rides.

2015 SEA-DOO GTR 215 – Pure Performance Fun With An Entry-Level Attitude

2015 SEA-DOO GTR 215 ACTION 8For the performance enthusiast who wants a performance Sea-Doo model with out the performance cost the Sea-Doo GTR 215 is the perfect fit. Good at everything, the GTR 215 is Sea-Doo’s entry-level “musclecraft,” and when it accelerates to 30 mph in just 2.3 seconds, riders agree its deserving of performance circles respect. Based on the GTI hull, this machine features fun, nimble and predictable handling, and is quickly becoming the race craft of choice for 250 class AquaX competitors. The 3-seater offers more lateral stability, something that is appreciated when you’ve got a couple of passengers behind you. And if you’re cruising along in Touring mode, they’ll still feel the power, but with less of a punch. Pull the throttle in Sport mode, and the supercharged Rotax 4-TEC marine engine delivers a mean response with its superior power to weight ratio. The GTR 215 comes with some of Sea-Doo’s best innovations including the iTC and iBR system and includes an integrated infocentre, VTS, and 30.5 gallons (116 litres) of storage capacity.