Sea-Doo XP Top Speed and Performance Specs
For your convenience, we’ve compiled the key Sea-Doo XP specs like top speeds, horsepowers and weights into one chart.
Sea-Doo XP Specs Chart
|Generation||Year||cc||HP||Top Speed (mph)||Weigth (lbs)|
Disclaimer: Numbers are just for information purposes! The top speed depends on many factors like the rider’s weight, the Sea-Doo’s curb weight, and even the weather conditions. Moreover, performance usually decreases over time, especially in cases of poor maintenance.
Sea-Doo XP Generations
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Third Generation Sea-Doo XP (1995-1996)
The third generation Sea-Doo XP was introduced in 1995.
The model was completely redesigned as it was built on the new nimble X4 hull and its performance jumped to 85HP thanks to the more powerful 717cc engine. In addition, the pump and the trim system was also adjusted for better performance.
Finally, with this power source the 1995 Sea-Doo XP could reach a top speed of 50 mph under ideal conditions.
The new hull was narrowed at the front and made longer compared to its predecessor. For better handling the third generation XP already featured sponsons and the new electrical control system with a DESS key.
This new electrical system offered higher security and better engine monitoring, but also led to higher repair costs in case of malfunctions.
In the same year, the limited edition Sea-Doo XP 800 was also released. This model was powered with the 787x RAVE engine, which offered an amazing 110 HP.
This engine was in limited production. Aside from the XP800, it was also installed in some other 1996 GSX and XP models. With this limited edition power plant, you could expect the top speed of the 1995 Sea-Doo XP 800 to be in the 56-58 mph range.
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