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The supercharged model includes the features of her sister, the GTX 4-TEC, such as a four-cycle engine with closed cooling system, multi-function LCD display, and Sea- Doo’s learning key which limits acceleration and top end speed for less experienced riders. O.P.A.S. (Off Power Assisted Steering), a clever system that deploys small rudders on the sides of the stern, adds some directional control at very slow speeds. (Directional control is a relative thing; the system works well but was never actually intended to provide “steering”. It simply adds some control to what would otherwise be an uncontrolled slow spin.) At high speed, water pressure lifts the O.P.A.S. rudders up and out of the way.

I really enjoyed testing this boat. With her huge, supercharged engine, I had a lot of fun accelerating out of tight turns and making quick hole-shots. Sea-Doo’s Supercharged GTX 4-TEC is sure to please even the most power-hungry personal watercraft rider.




Make: BRP (Sea-Doo)

Model: GTX 4-Tec Supercharged

Year: 2003

Hours: 350

Engine: 1494 cc S/C 185 h.p.



Galvanized trailer.