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The Kawasaki Ultra 300X is a pretty versatile jet ski developed for those who like to play at high speeds, but also want to have a practical partner when it’s time to haul some load.

This Japanese jet ski is propelled by a supercharged and intercooled 1,498cc, liquid-cooled inline four-cylinder engine that cranks out an impressive power of 300 hp. The engine breaths through a 4-into-2-into-1 powerboat-style exhaust system that routes the exhaust pipe upward keeping the overall performances to a high level. The engine is fed by the largest fuel tank in the class that has a capacity of 20.6 gal.

As far as ergonomics are concerned, the Kawasaki Jet Ski Ultra 300X is fitted with five-way adjustable handlebars, a relatively narrow and reshaped two piece seat, a long rear boarding step and dual grab handles.

His insatiable thirst for life is only surpassed by his monthly fuel bill. Whether rocketing on land, flying through the air, or jumping the seas, our Road Test Editor does it all and has the scars to prove it.

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Launching a revolution, the world’s first JET SKI watercraft took to the water. These limited production models were powered by 2-stroke twin-cylinder engines pumping out plenty of thrust for waterborne fun. Featuring greater maneuverability than any boat and extremely shallow drafts, they set the standards for the personal watercraft of the future.

The unique JET SKI watercraft feature of the fully enclosed impeller pump dramatically improved water safety over conventional outboard motors. Self-righting and self-circling features ensured that the craft would idle in circles at slow speeds if the rider fell off. The WSAA and WSAB could be distinguished by their hulls: the WSAA featured a flat hull, while the WSAB featured a V-type hull.

Kawasaki’s first mass production JET SKI watercraft, the JS400 (JS400-A), entered production and rolled down the slipways and into the hearts of the world’s fun seekers. Featuring an SMC hull, the JS400 was a popular machine among racers and thrill seekers alike.1977