2005 Sea-Doo GTX Wake

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2005 3-4 Passenger

 

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2005 Sea-Doo GTX Wake Specifications

Identification
Model Type  3-4 Passenger
BASE MSRP(US)  $10,299.00
Dealers  Sea-Doo Dealers
Warranty  12
Insurance
Engine:  
Engine Brand Name  4-TEC™ Rotax™
Engine Type  Longitudinal In-Line
Cylinders  3
Engine Stroke  4-Stroke
Horsepower (bhp/kW)  155 / 115.7
Horsepower RPM  7300
Cooling  Liquid
Valves  12
Valves Per Cylinder  4
Valve Configuration  SOHC
Bore (mm/in)  100 / 3.94
Stroke (mm/in)  63.4 / 2.5
Displacement (cc/ci)  1494 / 91.2
Compression Ratio  10.5:1
Starter  Electric
Fuel Requirements  Regular
Fuel Type  Gas
Turbocharged  No
Supercharged  No
Fuel Injector  Yes
Carburetor  No
Carburetion Type  Fuel Injected
Speed Governor  Yes
Kill Switch / Tether Cord  Standard
Emergency Engine Shut-Off  Standard
Sound Reduction Brand  D-Sea-BeI™ System
Transmission:  
Transmission Type  Direct Drive
Reverse  Yes
Throttle Type  Thumb
Steering:  
Steering Brand  Off-Power Assisted Steering™ (OPAS)
Steering Type  Manual
Steering Assist System  Yes
Steering Control  Handlebar
Technical Specifications:  
Length (ft)  10.91
Width (in/mm)  48.2 / 1224.3
Height (in/mm)  44.4 / 1127.8
Length (ft/ft)  10
Length (ft/in)  10.9
Dry Weight (lbs/kg)  860 / 390.1
Payload Capacity (lbs/kgs)  600 / 272.2
Fuel Capacity (gal/l)  15.9 / 60.2
Storage Capacity (cuft/gal/l)  8.2 / 52.5 / 231.3
Engine Displacement to Weight (cc)  1.74
Seats:  
Seat Type  Two-Piece
Adjustable  No
Seat Material  Vinyl
Seat Location  Driver and Passenger
Number Of Seats  3
Grab Rail or Strap  Standard
Exterior:  
Body Material  Fiberglass Reinforced Composite (FRC)
Hull Material  Fiberglass Reinforced Composite (FRC)
Hull Type  Modified V
Floor Board Location  Driver and Passenger
Skid Resistant  Yes
Hand Grips  Standard
Handlebars  Standard
Knee Pads  Standard
Adjustable  No
Boarding Step  Standard
Docking Protection  Standard
Instrumentation:  
Digital Instrumentation  Standard
Clock  Standard
Tachometer  Standard
Trip Odometer  Standard
Trip Computer  Standard
Oil Pressure Gauge  Standard
Speedometer  Standard
Hour Meter  Standard
Temperature Warning Type  Light
Fuel Level Warning Type  Gauge
Service Reminder  Standard
Compass  Standard
Voltage Meter  Standard
Multi-Lingual Instrumentation  Standard
Pricing:  
Warranty (Months)  12
Identification:  
Generic Type (Primary)  3-Passenger
Manufacturer Country  Canada
Introduction Year  2004
Parent Company  Can-Am™
Display Name  GTX Wake
Towing & Hauling:  
Tow Hook  Standard
Handle  Yes
Drive Line:  
Jet Pump Type  Axial Flow
Jet Pump Material  Aluminum
Jet Pump Diameter (in/mm)  6.1 / 155.5
Number Of Vanes  10
Impeller Material  Stainless Steel
Number Of Blades  4
Convenience:  
Engine Immobilizer Brand  Digitally Encoded Security System™ (DESS)
Bilge System Type  Automatic Siphon
Storage:  
Underseat Storage  Standard
Glove Box / Dash Storage  Standard
Front Storage Well  Standard
Ski / Board Storage Type  External
Glass:  
Folding  Yes
Paint & Finish:  
Paint  Standard
Decal Kit  Standard

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So far has been a good machine...knock on wood!
May. 29, 2012
IF you have troubble with performance, CHANGE the jet pump housing and install the aluminum housing from a 2008 and up Wake. It will fix the problems as BRP wont come out and tell you whats wrong, but the plastic housings warp and wear out the wear rings. Trust me i changed mine last summer after AL... Read Full Review

 

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Had troubles towing skier
By Brent Jacklin(Owner), Jul. 31, 2009
2005 GTX Wake



Had troubles towing a 220lbs slalom skier. No problems pulling same person out of water on a wakeboard but unable to pull person out with the one ski.

Same person had no troubles getting out of the water behind a 2003 GTX DI.

The 2005 GTX Wake has been taken into 3 different deal... Read Full Review

 

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Performance Issues Resolved
By Nev(Owner), Jan. 8, 2016
Hi, recently brought a second hand Seadoo GTX Wake edition with 155hp motor.



Took it out a few times and thought it went well but when trying to pull a skier out of the water it struggled and cavitated. The engine has the power but not the thrust to get out of the water.



Booked it in at Seado... Read Full Review

 

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How Long Before These Engines / pumps need rebuild/
By Billy Hower(Owner), Dec. 29, 2020
I'm considering using one of these for a donor ski to build a mini jet boat Any ideas on how long they last before the engine or pump need to be rebuilt? Read Full Review

 

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WOW!
By Steve Bernard(Owner), Jul. 4, 2012
My used Seadoo, with 70 hours, performed very well with wake board or skis. What a fun ride and no problems.
I'm a lucky guy to own this PWC! Read Full Review

 

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