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Kawasaki is coming out with a new aggressive look ebony color look for the 2017 Jet Ski's.
The range of Jet Skis will be available in the following colours:
· Jet SKi STX-15F EBONY / LIME GREEN
· Jet SKi Ultra LX EBONY / MET PHANTOM SILVER
· Jet SKi Ultra 310X EBONY / MET STARDUST WHITE
· Jet SKi Ultra 310LX EBONY / METALLIC CARBON GRAY
· Jet SKi Ultra 310R EBONY / LIME GREEN
The 2017 range of Kawasaki Jet Ski models will be available for purchase from authorized dealers from October 2016. For more info contact your local Kawasaki dealer or go to www.Kawasaki.com
Kawasaki is coming out with a new Race ready Jet Ski for 2017!! It is a new designed SX-R with 4-stroke engine. Check out the press video.
Kawasaki is universally recognised as a leading innovator in the PWC arena and the term JetSki has become a world- wide generic term used for a wide variety personal watercraft. Fitting then that the company responsible for the initial mass production and sale of this exciting style of racing and adventure craft is returning to its roots and unveiling a radical new machine for the 2017 season.
Now in its final stages of development, the new JetSki is propelled by four stroke power and returns to a stand-up riding format making the new craft suitable not just for racing but those seeking the ultimate in water-borne solo excitement.
Dubbed the SX-R, the latest in a long and successful line of solo stand-up JetSki personal watercraft from Kawasaki is sure to add further silverware to racing cabinets and attract thrill seekers to the Kawasaki brand according to Masanori Inoue, Managing Director of Kawasaki Motors Europe:
“The JetSki brand sends a powerful message about Kawasaki and our desire to create innovative and fun to ride products. Using technology from across our internal skill base – including the motorcycle division – we are confident that we will take stand up personal watercraft to a new level when the new four-stroke SX-R is unveiled in October this year.”
For more info contact your local kawasaki Jet ski Dealer or go to Kawasaki.com
Here is a taste of some of the New Jet Ski accessories coming for 2016 Jet Ski parts catalog. Available 4-15-16
- Boysen Power Reeds
- Colored Fuel Line
- Wiseco Pistons Sea Doo RXP 215/255/260
- FX Engine gasket kits
- Sea Doo Exhaust Manifolds
- Yamaha Exhaust Kit
- Sea Doo Exhaust Kit
- Sea Doo MPM
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Below is a list of upcoming Jet Ski Races.
Russky Grand Prix/ IJSBA Endurance World Championship Final Round:
August 11-16 Vladivostok, Russia
P1 Aqua X Season Opener:
April 25-26, Daytona Beach, FL USA
Western Nationals Open:
May 30-31, Parker, AZ, USA
River Cross Challenge:
May 30-31 Wichita, KS, USA
IJSBA European Championships:
July 15-19 Nysa, Poland
International Jet Sports Grand Prix/Jetcross World Cup - July 24-26, Doncaster, UK
Apple Pie Jamboree:
July 18-19 Pateros, WA, USA
Long Beach To Catalina (and Back) Endurance National:
July 19 Long Beach, CA, USA
IJSBA South American Championship:
July TBA, Columbia
July 25-26 Belle River, Ontario
Blowsion Surf Slam:
September 11-13 Pacific City, OR, USA
Hydrodrag World Championships:
October 31-November 1 Tavares, FL, USA
December 2-6 Pattaya, Thailand
The Sea Doo race as well
It took less than an hour for Monster Energy Kawasaki Jet Ski® watercraft pilot Craig Warner to make history at the Long Beach to Catalina & Back IJSBA Offshore National Championships on Saturday. For the fifth time in his illustrious career Warner claimed victory, besting the record he tied when he won in 2013. It was a great event for Kawasaki as its Jet Ski watercraft models claimed every one of the top-10 overall positions.
Warner came into the event looking to defend his title from last year and permanently etch his name in the record books. In nearly ideal conditions, Warner was able to hold the throttle of his modified Kawasaki Jet Ski Ultra® 310R wide open in his quest to become the greatest PWC Offshore Endurance racer of all-time. In 2013, Warner tied Hall of Famer Billy Womack with four wins at the prestigious event and once he crossed the finish line more than one minute ahead of his closest competitor, history had been made.
While Warner’s history making ride was impressive, he wasn’t the only Kawasaki Ultra 310R pilot to find success. Riding a stock Kawasaki Jet Ski Ultra 310R, Minoru Kanamori claimed first place in the Manufacturer Stock class and also rounded out the podium with third place overall, finishing just behind Pro/Am Open pilot K.C. Heidler who was also on a Kawasaki. In all Kawasaki swept the top-ten overall positions at the event.
Long Beach to Catalina & Back
IJSBA Offshore National Championships
Saturday, July 19, 2014
1st- Craig Warner -- 57 Mins 17 Sec, Kawasaki
2nd- K.C. Heidler -- 58 Mins 43 Sec, Kawasaki
3rd- Minoru Kanamori -- 58 Mins 44 Sec, Kawasaki
4th- Michael Perry -- 59 Mins 19 Sec, Kawasaki
5th- Jeff Lane -- 59 Mins 22 Sec, Kawasaki
6th- Tony Hoa -- 1 Hour, 4 Mins, 42 Sec, Kawasaki
7th- John Feeney -- 1 Hour, 5 Minutes, 39 Sec, Kawasaki
8th- Bill Scott -- 1 Hour 7 Mins 12 Sec, Kawasaki
9th- Derek Newton -- 1 Hour 8 Mins 22 sec, Kawasaki
10th- Dave “Pirate” Tew, -- 1 Hour 9 Mins 18 Sec, Kawasaki
Kawasaki Motors Corp., U.S.A. (KMC) announced recently that after 28 years of providing excellent coverage to Kawasaki customers, the Good Times™ Protection Plan (GTPP) has been rebranded as Kawasaki Protection Plus (KPP).
Kawasaki Protection Plus offers all of the same great factory backed coverage and extended service contract programs as GTPP, but through our partnership with Service Group has added new products including GAP, Tire & Wheel, Prepaid Maintenance as well as all-encompassing coverage for other OEM brands in the form of Preferred Protection Plus.
“With Kawasaki Protection Plus and Preferred Protection Plus, Kawasaki has partnered with Service Group to provide a comprehensive offering of products and services to Kawasaki dealers and customers ensuring positive ownership experiences, strong dealer relationships, and years of worry-free riding,” says Patrick Kelly, Kawasaki Director, Technical Services.
Kawasaki Protection Plus and Preferred Protection Plus launched August 4, 2014 and are available from authorized Kawasaki dealers, or customers can purchase and renew their KPP contracts online at https://kpp.kawasaki.com/
To learn more about Kawasaki Protection Plus and Preferred Protection Plus, visit kpp.kawasaki.com.
Awareness initiative focused on education and personal watercraft rider responsibility
The Personal Watercraft Industry Association (PWIA) announced today that it is again promoting the responsible use of personal watercrafts (PWC) by encouraging safety and education.
Kicking off this Memorial Day weekend, the organization will launch its second annual Safe Rider program, educating users of PWC on safety and asking them to sign a pledge committing to the safe and responsible operation of their vessels.
“Our mission is to advocate for a safe and enjoyable experience on any personal watercraft,” said David Dickerson, executive director of PWIA. “Bringing the Safe Rider campaign to PWC users for a second year in a row will help us to continue to reach a larger audience with the message that PWC fun and safety go hand in hand.”
PWIA first launched the Safe Rider program in 2013 with an inaugural on-water event on Lake Lanier, Georgia in partnership with state legislators and local businesses. Following the local event, a nationwide call to action was initiated. Safe Rider’s pledge form asks that all PWC riders agree to the take the following steps towards safety and fun on the water:
• Scan the water for hazards and other boats
• Avoid aggressive maneuvers
• Follow local boating laws, including rules to prevent the transfer of invasive species
• Examine your equipment
• React to conditions
• Insist on a safe distance from other boats, swimmers and fixed objects
• Drive sober
• Evaluate weather and waterways
• Respect the environment by avoiding fuel spills and operating close to marine life
The pledge form can be accessed at www.pwia.org, along with more information about the “Safe Rider” campaign. Information on instructional courses and downloadable safety materials, including a brief handbook titled Riding Rules for Personal Watercraft and PWC Orientation Checklist can also be found at www.pwia.org.
“Responsible riding isn’t just about personal safety. Our pledge encompasses PWC etiquette for riders of every skill level in multiple locations or scenarios,” Dickerson added. “It includes being considerate of those around you. Being mindful of other vessels in your vicinity and how your rate of speed or wake affects them. And don’t forget about marine life, be sure to respect ecologically sensitive areas. Sign the pledge today, commit to its recommendations and start having fun on the water!”
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