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Personalwatercraft.com reviews the 2008 Honda F-15x. Be sure to read the article and let us know what you think of this new machine :)



For the first time since entering the personal watercraft market in 2002, Honda has built a brand new vehicle from stem to stern—the F-15X.

With a new, more powerful engine and a longer hull, the F-15X is Honda’s answer to the recent PWC innovations from Sea-Doo, Kawasaki and Yamaha.

The F-15X is powered by a new 16-valve 1,470cc turbocharged four-cylinder engine, which is a big jump from the 1,235cc unit powering the F-12 series. Despite its power, Honda says the efficient, low-emissions 4-stroke design burns up less fuel than a comparable 2-stroke.

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Personalwatercraft.com reviews the 2008 Honda F-15x. Be sure to read the article and let us know what you think of this new machine :)



For the first time since entering the personal watercraft market in 2002, Honda has built a brand new vehicle from stem to stern—the F-15X.

With a new, more powerful engine and a longer hull, the F-15X is Honda’s answer to the recent PWC innovations from Sea-Doo, Kawasaki and Yamaha.

The F-15X is powered by a new 16-valve 1,470cc turbocharged four-cylinder engine, which is a big jump from the 1,235cc unit powering the F-12 series. Despite its power, Honda says the efficient, low-emissions 4-stroke design burns up less fuel than a comparable 2-stroke.

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Ok, we've heard all the hype now what we need is someone who has actually ridden this ski and can tell us how she does in big chop!! The asking is arrogantly priced! We need Kevin to ride this baby and let us know how she handles...people will not put out $14,000+ if they don't see any reivews! What's the problem Honda?
 
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