2003 Sea-Doo GTX 4-TEC Supercharged

GTX 4-Tec Supercharged

Another Sea-Doo watercraft first and only. Introducing the 185hp, GTX 4-TEC™ SUPERCHARGED! It’s big. It’s bad. And it’s got a bright red blower. Behold the GTX 4-TEC Supercharged, the industry’s first and only supercharged watercraft. With 185 horsepower and zero lag (unlike a turbocharger, our supercharger is always on) it’s the most powerful, highest performance production watercraft you can buy. Throw in our closed-loop cooling system, a 16-function LCD info center and a list of standard features longer than your arm, in two eye-popping paint jobs – Yellow or Viper Red – and the GTX 4-TEC Supercharged isn’t just in a class of its own, it’s starting a whole new school. GTX DI: Because safety is always a priority, the Sea-Doo Learning Key™ limits RPMs, keeping top speed around 35mph for less-experienced riders. The recessed 16-function info center, plus analog speedometer and tachometer are conveniently located for optimal visibility. The Sea-Doo O.P.A.S™ (Off-Power Assisted Steering) system automatically deploys dual rudders during off-power and off-throttle situations, giving you additional maneuverability. BENEFITS•Unlike Turbo charged engines that need to "spool up" the Supercharged 4-TEC engine provides instantaneous throttle response to leave the others in your wake.•The all new modified-V design smoothes the ride over chop and increases wave penetration while providing the operator with maximum control and precise handling.•Extra soft, form-fitting seat with lumbar support that narrows towards the front to allow the rider to ride the machine with maximum comfort which decreases rider fatigue. The GTX 4-TEC seat offers enough room for driver and up-to two passengers to ride comfortably and securely.•Sea-Doo continually sets the trend in the marine industry with striking, eye catching colors that set the Sea-Doo brand apart from not only marine products but also all consumer products. See the future in colors now, in the 2003 Sea-Doo watercraft line.